A way of naming in which a compound word uses an initial capital letter for each of its word parts. In some systems, the first letter of the compound word is capitalised, for example, “CamelCase”; in others, it is in lower case, for example, “camelCase”. The convention was adopted in the 1970s and 1980s as a standard for multi-word identifiers in a number of programming languages.

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