Camel Case Text
What is Camel Case Converter?
Camel case is a naming convention in which the first letter of each word in a compound word is capitalized, with the exception of the first word, which is written in lowercase. For example, “camelCase” is a camel case string, while “camel_case” is written in snake case (with underscores separating the words) and “CamelCase” is written in Pascal case (with all words capitalized).
Our Camel Case Converter is a tool that allows you to convert text from one case style to another. For example, you might use a Camel Case Converter to convert a string written in snake case (such as “snake_case”) to camel case (“snakeCase”) or Pascal case (“SnakeCase”). This can be useful when working with different programming languages or conventions that have different rules for naming variables or functions.
How to Use this tool?
Here is an example of how you can use a camel case converter tool:
- Type or paste the text that you want to convert into the input field. You can also use the tool to convert text that you have copied from another source, such as a word processor or text editor.
- Click the “Convert” button to apply the conversion. The tool will automatically convert the text to the Camel case.
- Copy the converted text from the output field and paste it wherever you need it.