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Subject:Re: What the heck do you call it when... From:joanne grey <j_grey -at- WRITEANGLES -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 22 Apr 1997 11:36:17 -0700
Guy Haas wrote:
> I have also seen it referred to as "camel caps".
I've heard words capped that way referred to as "hump words", too,
but mostly by programmer types.
Joanne Grey finally, speaking for the company
Principal Technical Writer j_grey -at- writeangles -dot- com
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