Alternatively referred to as bicapitalisation, medial capitals, and Pascal case, CamelCase is a term used to describe a writing technique that capitalizes the beginning of each word and removes any spaces, giving the words the look of the humps on a back of a camel. For example, "ComputerHope", "FedEx", "McDonald's", and "WordPerfect" are all examples of CamelCase. In computer programming CamelCase is often used as a naming convention for naming variables, arrays, and other elements. For example, $MyVariable is an example of a variable that uses CamelCase.
Converting text into CamelCase can be as simple as using a singular regular expression, as shown in the below Perl example.
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