Camelcase is the practice of capitalizing the first letter of each word in a series and then removing spaces, numbers, underscores, hyphens, and other special characters. This leaves a concatenation of words that is combined into a single string with various letters capitalized throughout. Camel case is often used in programming using the lower camel case method where the first letter of the string is lowercased. Upper camel case, also known as pascal case, is the most common form in everyday usage while lower camel case is primarily used for programming.
Basic Camel Case Capitalization Rules
The first letter is capitalized.
One or more letters in that word are also capitalised.
The word does not end on a capitalized letter: CamelCasE
No two capitalised letters shall follow directly each other: CamelCAse
No number in that word at any place: CamelCase1more
No dot(.), under_score or dash (-) within the word, only letters: Camel_Case
No ‘foreign’ letters in it like äöüß or accentuated like áéí. CämélCáße