Camel Case a string

What is camel case?

Camel case is a naming convention used in computer programming and other contexts to write compound words or phrases in which each word is capitalized except for the first word, which is written in lowercase.

In camel case, the first letter of the first word is written in lowercase, and the first letter of each subsequent word is written in uppercase, without any spaces or punctuation between the words. For example, "camelCase" or "firstName" are both examples of words written in camel case.

Camel case is commonly used in programming to name variables, functions, and other identifiers. It is also used in other contexts, such as in file names or in branding and marketing.