Choosing the right case for your writings or naming conventions might be challenging. Here's a guide to help you decide which one suits your needs best.
What is the difference between uppercase, lowercase, pascal case, camel case, kebab case, and snake case?
Uppercase: Refers to using all capitals in a word or term.
Lowercase: Refers to using all lowercase letters in a word or term.
Pascal Case: Refers to the first letter of each word, in a compound word, being capitalized.
Camel Case: Is a combination of both uppercase and lowercase letters with no spaces or punctuations in-between them.
Kebab Case: Is similar to any of the other cases but with dashes instead of spaces between words.
Snake Case: Is where the space between words is replaced with an underscore.