Upper Camel Case

(See CamelCase)

A naming convention, also known as PascalCase, in which several words are joined together, and the first letter of every word is capitalized. Contrast this with LowerCamelCase, in which the first letter of the entire word is lowercase, but subsequent first letters are uppercase.

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