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  TWiki . Javapedia . CamelCase
CamelCase is a standard identifier naming convention for several programming languages, and has become fashionable in marketing for names of products and companies.
CamelCase is recommended or enforced by many computer systems, and mandated by the coding standards of many programming languages — such as Mesa, the systems programming language of the Xerox Alto (late 1970s), or the modern language Java.
CamelCase has been sporadically used since ancient times, for example as a traditional spelling style for surnames in certain ethnicities, such as the Scottish ''McLean'' or the Dutch-American ''deJong'' or ''DeJong''.
wiki.java.net /bin/view/Javapedia/CamelCase   (1038 words)

  
  camelcase   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
CamelCase is a standard identifier naming convention for several programming languages, and has became fashionable in marketing for names of products and companies.
Be that as it may, CamelCase eventually spread via hacker culture into mainstream use, probably because of the popularization of the personal computer in the 1980s and 1990s, and became fashionable for corporate trade names.
CamelCase is now recommended or enforced by many computer systems, and mandated by the coding standards of many programming languages — such as Mesa, the systems programming language of the Xerox Alto, or the modern language Java.
www.yourencyclopedia.net /camelcase.html   (886 words)

  
 CamelCase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
CamelCase is a common name for the practice of writing compound words or phrases where the words are joined without spaces, and each word is capitalized within the compound.
CamelCase is a standard identifier naming convention for several programming languages, and has become fashionable in marketing for names of products and companies.
CamelCase has been sporadically used since ancient times, for example as a traditional spelling style for surnames in certain ethnicities, such as the Scottish McLean or the Dutch-American deJong or DeJong.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/CamelCase   (1211 words)

  
 Wikipedia: Wikipedia
The aim is not to write articles from a single objective point of view -- this is a common misunderstanding of the policy -- but rather, to fairly present all views on an issue, attributed to their adherents.
First it required CamelCase for links; soon it was also possible to use the current linking method with double brackets.
The project runs on a set of three dedicated servers, which are the original configuration, located in San Diego, and an additional nine dedicated servers, located in Florida.
www.factbook.org /wikipedia/en/w/wi/wikipedia_1.html   (1683 words)

  
 Meatball Wiki: CamelCase
CamelCase is a form of markup for phrases, in which all the spaces are removed, and all the words are capitalised, SortOfLikeThis.
For people from this background, their brains automatically read CamelCase as a type loaded with the connotations that we build into that type, which seems rather appropriate for a Patterns-esque wiki.
CamelCase is a distinctive feature of wikis, not seen elsewhere on the web.
www.usemod.com /cgi-bin/mb.pl?CamelCase   (626 words)

  
 Talk:CamelCase - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Camelcase is where you capitalize each consonant but not the vowels....
Now that CamelCase is a conspicuous item of mainstream culture, methinks that the article should be addressed primarily to the general reader, rather than to computer programmers...
I saw it in CamelCase in the introduction to an English translation of one of the works of Perec or Queneau published in 1993.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:CamelCase   (2738 words)

  
 CamelCase and Wiki - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The original wiki/WikiWiki convention for creating hyperlinks was the use of CamelCase to indicate a link.
A word became a link, with the link name equal to that word, and the link target being the page with that name, if it was in CamelCase form, with the additional requirement that the non-leading capitals had to be followed by a lower-case letter.
CamelCasedTerms are recognized by search engine spiders and indexers as single words, thus ranking pages incorrectly (a word in the URL generally rates a page as related to that word).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/CamelCase_and_Wiki   (288 words)

  
 Wikipedia - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
While the process is democratic regarding matters such as deletion, the observed reality in some other debates (for example, criteria for deletion, whether or not an account is one user masquerading as another) is that some users have vastly more influence than others, often for no reason other than having been a contributor for longer.
At first it required CamelCase for links; soon it was also possible to use the current linking method that uses double brackets.
The first was a Golden Nica for Digital Communities, awarded by Prix Ars Electronica; this came with a €10,000 grant and an invitation to present at the PAE Cyberarts Festival in Austria later that year.
open-encyclopedia.com /Wikipedia   (3206 words)

  
 History of Wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The concept of gathering all of the world's knowledge in a single place goes back to the ancient Library of Alexandria and Pergamon, but the modern concept of a general purpose, widely distributed, printed encyclopedia dates from shortly before Denis Diderot and the 18th century encyclopedists.
At the end of the year, when international statistics first began to be logged, Afrikaans, Norwegian, and Serbocroatian versions were announced.
In the same summer, policy and style issues were clarified with the creation of the Manual of Style, along with a number of other policies and guidelines.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/H/History-of-Wikipedia.htm   (1850 words)

  
 CamelCase - Wikipedia
CamelCase (also InternalCapitalization, StudlyCaps, CamelHumpedWord) is the WikiWiki software convention for automatically making links.
It refers to words which are capitalized at the beginning and within the word, often made by concatenating capitalized words together.
To prevent CamelCased words from becoming wikified, use the tags, which turn off all wikification.
nostalgia.wikipedia.org /wiki/CamelCase   (212 words)

  
 CamelCase and Wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
I've done a lot of thinking about WikiLinking recently, and I'm not sure that the WikiName (capital letters) convention is a good fit for the encyclopedia.
Internally and within URLs the spaces are replaced with _ (underline) characters, which are translated back to spaces for display purposes.
By this time almost all CamelCase links in articles had been removed anyway.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/camelcase_and_wikipedia   (437 words)

  
 Wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The aim is not to write articles from a single objective point of view -- this is a common misunderstanding of the policy -- but rather, to fairly present all views on an issue, attributed to their adherents.
First it required CamelCase for links; soon it was also possible to use the current linking method with double brackets.
Wikisource, a repository of source texts in any language which are either in the public domain or are released under the GFDL.
www.portaljuice.com /wikipedia_1.html   (1648 words)

  
 Wikimedia Error
W celu uzyskania dokładniejszych informacji możesz odwiedzić kanał #wikipedia na sieci IRC Freenode.
Per ulteriori informazioni puoi visitare il canale #wikipedia sulla rete IRC di Freenode.
Para mais informações, pode tentar o canal #wikipedia na rede de IRC Freenode.
ca.wikipedia.org /wiki/CamelCase   (650 words)

  
 Wikipedia timeline - Meta
The main figure of the early history of wikipedia was Larry Sanger.
Seeding of other projects: The wikipedia phase 3 software is used for several other projects including Internet Encyclopedia (a non-NPOV alternative).
Predicted effects of invading Iraq are compiled in advance of the invasion, enabling later comparison with the en:alleged effects of invading Iraq.
meta.wikimedia.org /wiki/History_of_Wikipedia   (2118 words)

  
 Wikipedia - Wikipedia
Tidak ada seseorang pun yang dapat mempunyakan maklumat yang terdapat di dalamnya dan tidak ada artikel yang akan ditamatkan.
Terdapat banyak usaha yang telah terlibat untuk membuatkannya berbilang bahasa, dan pada Mei 2004 ia telah mengandungi lebih daripada 270,000 artikel dalam Inggeris dan lebih 400,000 dalam semua bahasa yang lain [3].
Untuk menambahkan kelajuan, muka surat untuk pengguna akan dicachekan di dalam sistem fail sehingga apa yang dirender adalah tidak sah, membolehkan perenderan muka surat untuk diabaikan untuk keseluruhan muka surat yang paling kerap diakses.
ms.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wikipedia   (1579 words)

  
 History of Wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
For months prior to this discussion, Sanger and his boss, Jimmy Wales, president and CEO of Bomis, Inc., had been discussing various ways to supplement Nupedia with a more open, complementary project.
In December 2002, the sister project Wiktionary was created; it aims toproduce a dictionary and thesaurus of the words in all languages.
On May 29, 2004, all the various Wikiprojectswere updated to a new version of Mediawiki, the software that runs the variousWikiprojects.
www.therfcc.org /history-of-wikipedia-95635.html   (836 words)

  
 CamelCase - Wiki Patterns
CamelCase may be confusing to some users, especially when typing web 2.0-style worlds, e.g.
[CamelCase] as a wiki pratice is a good thing in many cases, just not for an encyclopedia.
We used a CamelCase wiki and often ran into issues where acryonyms and names (i.e., business entities or products) with many capital letters would be automatically linked, when users didn't want it to be linked.
www.wikipatterns.com /display/wikipatterns/CamelCase   (683 words)

  
 NetVillage : What is CamelCase?
Bicapitalization or camel case (frequently written CamelCase) is the practice of writing compound words or phrases where the terms are joined without spaces, and every term is capitalized.
CamelCase has been sporadically used since ancient times, for example as a traditional spelling style for Scottish surnames like McDonald, in some acronyms like "DoE" (for the U.S. "Department of Energy"), and in marketing for naming corporations and products, such as the CinemaScope movie projection system introduced in the 1950s.
One theory on the origins of CamelCase in computing claims that the style originated within the culture of C programmers and hackers, who found it more convenient than the standard underscore-based style.
www.netbros.com /CamelCase   (601 words)

  
 Wiki - Wikipedia
Pada awalnya kebanyakan wiki menggunakan CamelCase sebagai pola pautan, yang dihasilkan dengan menulis dengan huruf pertama sebagai huruf besar dalam sesatu frasa dan merapatkan perkataan (perkataan "CamelCase" sendiri merupakan satu contoh).
Walaupun CamelCase membolehkan pautan dicipta dengan mudah, ia menyebabkan pautan ditulis dalam bentuk yang berlawanan dengan tatabahasa.
CamelCase mempunyai banyak kritikan, maka para pemaju wiki cuba mencari alternatif lain.
ms.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wiki   (1970 words)

  
 History of Wikipedia : search word   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
Nupedia had an elaborate system of peer review and required highly qualified contributors, but progress on producing articles was very slow.
Kovitz, who was a regular on "Wards Wiki" (the Portland Pattern Repository), explained the wiki concept to Sanger.
As of September 2004 many of these stats are still not up to May 2004 levels.
www.searchword.org /hi/history-of-wikipedia.html   (1645 words)

  
 Meatball Wiki: CamelCase   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
CamelCase is a form of markup for phrases, in which all the spaces are removed, and all the words are capitalised, SortOfLikeThis.
For people from this background, their brains automatically read CamelCase as a type loaded with the connotations that we build into that type, which seems rather appropriate for a Patterns-esque wiki.
CamelCase is a distinctive feature of wikis, not seen elsewhere on the web.
usemod.com /cgi-bin/mb.pl?CamelCase   (602 words)

  
 php-deluxe.net - description CamelCase
CamelCase is a common name for the practice of writing compound noun and adjectives or phrases where the words are joined without whitespaces, and each word is capitalization within the compound.
CamelCase has been sporadically used since ancient times, for example as a traditional spelling style for surnames in certain ethnicities, such as the Scotland McLean or the the Netherlands-American deJong or DeJong.
One explanation of the origins of CamelCase in Computing claims that the style originated within the culture of C programming language and hacker culture, who found it more convenient than the standard underscore-based style.
www.php-deluxe.net /wiwimod,index.page,CamelCase.htm   (1224 words)

  
 Definition of CamelCase - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
CamelCase is the practice of writing compound words or phrases where the words are joined without spaces, and each word is capitalized within the compound.
The name comes from the uppercase "bumps" in the middle of the compound word, suggesting the humps of a camel.
The Hungarian notation for programming specifies that a lowercase abbreviation for the variable type should be prefixed on all variable names, with the remainder of the name in UpperCamelCase; as such it is a form of lowerCamelCase.
www.biocrawler.com /biowiki/CamelCase   (1125 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: CamelCase and Wiki
Wikibooks has more about this subject: Wiki Science A wiki is a web application that allows users to add content, as on an Internet forum, but also allows anyone to edit the content.
A hyperlink, or simply a link, is a reference in a hypertext document to another document or other resource.
The following do not strictly qualify as bicapitalization, but are CamelCase for the purposes of the original version of the WikiWiki software: Wikibooks has more about this subject: Wiki Science A wiki is a web application that allows users to add content, as on an Internet forum, but also allows anyone to edit the content.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/CamelCase-and-Wiki   (585 words)

  
 Wiki - Wikipedia
Ang CamelCase ay ang paggamit ng malalaking titik sa mga salita at pagtanggal ng espasyo sa pagitan ng bawat salita (ang salitang "CamelCase" ay isang halimbawa ng CamelCase).
The scalability of the search depends highly on whether the wiki engine uses a database or not; the indexed access of a database is necessary for high speed searches on large wikis.
Maraming wikis ang tinatawag din na modular at gumagamit ng mga APIs upang magamit ang mga programmers at developer ang functionality nito na hindi kinakailangan malaman ang buong codebase ng wiki.
tl.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wiki   (2091 words)

  
 WIKIPEDIA
In May, 2001, a dozen non-English wikipedia were launched (probably in Catalan, Chinese, Dutch, German, Esperanto, French, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish, soon joined by Arabic and Hungarian [1], [1]).
Usually, these vandalisms are undone quickly by the regulars, but repeated vandalisms of the project's main page led to the protection of this page so that it could only be changed by administrators.
In the same summer, policy and style issues were clarified with the creation of the Manual of Style and various policies and guidelines.
www.websters-online-dictionary.org /definition/english/wi/wikipedia.html   (2327 words)

  
 CamelCase and Wiki - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality.
CamelCase was the original wiki/WikiWiki convention for creating hyperlinks: A word became a link, with the link label equal to this word, and the link target being the page with that name, if it was of this form, with the additional requirement that the capitals are followed by a lower-case letter.
CamelCase and Wiki, History, Problems and See also.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/CamelCase_and_Wiki   (260 words)

  
 wikipedia information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
When these proposed rules are violated, the communitydecides on a case-by-case basis whether they should be more strictly enforced or not.
At first it required CamelCase for links; soon it was also possible to use the current linking method withdouble brackets.
Toincrease speed further, rendered pages for anonymous users are cached in a filesystem until invalidated, allowing page renderingto be skipped entirely for most common page accesses.
www.vsearchmedia.com /wikipedia.html   (1651 words)

  
 CamelCase Vs Free Links - infoAnarchy Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
CamelCase has been criticized as making texts hard to read, especially for speakers of languages that are very case-sensitive.
CamelCase links tend to force the writer to create short link titles, which can be regarded as an advantage.
The decision to use CamelCase is not easily reverted because links to pages with only one word in the title have to contain the shifted case somewhere, so Wiki becomes WiKi, Evolution becomes EvoLution or EvoluTion etc. -- an automatic conversion script cannot know whether this is one word or two words.
www.infoanarchy.org /wiki/wiki.pl?CamelCase_Vs_Free_Links   (515 words)

  
 CamelCase - The Trac Project - Trac
CamelCase is the original wiki convention for creating hyperlinks, with the additional requirement that the capitals are followed by a lower-case letter; hence “AlabamA” and “ABc” will not be links.
) to simply ignore links to missing pages when the link is written using the CamelCase style, instead of that word being replaced by a gray link followed by a question mark.
That can be useful when CamelCase style is used to name code artifacts like class names and there's no corresponding page for them.
trac.edgewall.org /wiki/CamelCase   (164 words)

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