Using Polypad this scripts transforms plain text string into a camel case string.
What is camel case with example?
The name refers to the internal capital letters, which resemble the humps on a camel’s back. For example, UpCase, FedEx, and ClassName are all examples of CamelCase. With computer programming, CamelCase is often used as a naming convention for variables, arrays, and other elements.
How to use CamelCase?
Using the CamelCase script with Polypad is very easy. Let’s say we have some text string that we would like to count. Simply paste the text down below into Polypad.
This is a simple paragaph
cmd/ctrl + p depending on your operating system and search for the
Camel Case script and select it. The expected output should read: