From: Jim Allan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Apr 28 2003 - 17:07:42 EDT
John Cowan posted on a possible new term for title-casing:
> Perhaps it should be called "sentence-casing".
Why not "initial-casing" or in longer form "word-initial-casing" or
Such terms would better cover forms like proper names and German nouns
which certainly occur in the middle of sentences as well as other
"important words given initial capitalization in English book and
This would also cover camel-casing as in "MacDonald" or often used in
variables of computer languages where the capitalization is used to
indicate the *initial* letter of a new section of the word.
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