CamelCase


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[2]”; in others, it is in lower case[4], for example, “camelCase[2]”. The convention[3] was adopted in the 1970s and 1980s as a standard for multi-word identifiers in a number of programming[1] languages.

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1. programming. The process of writing a programme Related Articles: VEX Robotics – Getting Started1.07 Develop a computer program (91883 L1 4cr)« Back to Glossary Index
2. CamelCase. 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 […]
3. convention. The principles, techniques, and/or procedures established by a “community of practice”. For example, in Construction and Mechanical Technologies accepted conventions relate to such things as flush, parallel, perpendicular, offset, symmetry, array, tolerance, ease, press fit, clearances, eccentricity, and taper. Related Articles: VEX Robotics – Getting Started1.07 Develop a computer program (91883 L1 4cr)« Back to […]
4. case. A control mechanism in which the value of a variable or expression changes the execution of a program and which usually involves multiple branches. Related Articles: VEX Robotics – Getting Started1.07 Develop a computer program (91883 L1 4cr)« Back to Glossary Index