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PascalCase or pascal case, is a naming convention often used by software developers. PascalCase capitalizes each word. Often used within programming languages where words are often forced to be concatenated, PascalCase allows words to be distinguished easier.

It is important to distinguish the difference between PascalCase and camelCase. They are largely the same, but camelCase capitalizes all words except the first, unlike PascalCase which capitalize all words, including the first.

PascalCase is occasionally used in branding. One notable example is JavaScript. While the programming language itself uses camelCase, it uses PascalCase for its brand name.

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