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'''Camel case''' refers to a spelling which includes a medial (as opposed to the usual initial) capital letter, as in "McDonald", "iPod" or "WikiLeaks".
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'''Camel case''' refers to a spelling which includes a medial (as opposed to the usual initial) capital letter, as in "McDonald", "iPod" or "WikiLeaks". The phrase likens the capital to the hump on the back of a camel.

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Camel case refers to a spelling which includes a medial (as opposed to the usual initial) capital letter, as in "McDonald", "iPod" or "WikiLeaks". The phrase likens the capital to the hump on the back of a camel.