How to use this tool
This is a tool that runs in the browser and interconverts programming naming conventions. It supports camelCase, PascalCase, snake_case, and chain-case.
- Enter the string you wish to convert into the text area.
- It automatically outputs all conversion results regardless of whether the input is in CamelCase, PascalCase, SnakeCase, or ChainCase notation.
- Multiple naming rules can be entered and converted at once, separated by newlines.
What are naming conventions?
Naming conventions in programming are designed primarily to express word delimiters. Since general programming languages do not allow the use of single-byte spaces in variable and function names, it is necessary to express word delimiters in various ways.
Also known as Lower CamelCase. Lower case at the beginning and capitalize the word separator.
Also known as Upper CamelCase. Capitalize the beginning and word separator.
No alias. Separate words with underscores. Use all lowercase for lowercase and all uppercase for uppercase.
e.g. snake_case, SNAKE_CASE
Also known as a kebab case. A pain in the ass that won’t let you select it by double-clicking because it hyphenates words.