- 1. Computer Aided Software Engineering. The use of computer tools to assist
in developing software.
For more information see:
- http://everything.explained.at/Computer-aided_software_engineering - Computer-aided software engineering explained.
- 2. Specification of the way capitalisation should be used, specifically whether letters should be upper
case, lower case, or some
combination of upper and lower case.
Most writing systems use individual letters which for the purpose of clarify can be expressed in upper or lower case. For example the Latin alphabet uses the letters a-z, which can be expressed in lower case or upper case.
Letter case Lower a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Upper A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Case can be specified in a number of different ways:
- Mixed case
- Letters can be upper or lower case.
This sentence is an example of mixed case.
- Lower case
- All letters in lower case.
For example: this is lower case.
- Upper case
- All letters in upper case.
For example: THIS IS UPPER CASE.
- Title case
- The first letter of each word is capitalised with the remaining letters
in lower case.
For example: This Is Title Case.
- Camel case
- The first letter of each word is capitalised, with the remaining letters
in lower case and any spaces and punctuation removed.
For example: ThisIsCamelCase.
- Sentence case
- The first letter of each sentence is captialised, with the remaining letters in lower case, with the exception of proper names which also have their first letter capitalised.
- Proper case
- Refers to capitalising the first letter of all proper names, the remaining letters in lower case. Sentence case includes Proper case.