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In programming, PascalCase denotes the practice of writing compound words or phrases such that the first letter of each concatenated word is capitalized. No other characters are used to separate the words, like hyphens or underscores.

For example:

  • BackColor
  • TimeUtc
  • FirstName
  • ComputerRamSize

This is different from camelCase in which the first letter is lowercase and each subsequent concatenated word is capitalized.

For example:

  • backColor
  • timeUtc
  • firstName
  • computerRamSize

"camelCase" isn't PascalCase, but "PascalCase" is.