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Camel case, or two capitalized words joined together (named for the "hump"), is a very ugly way of printing text.

Some ProgrammingLanguages, like JavaLanguage, make heavy use of it.

ThisWiki also makes use of it. It is the preferred syntax for page titles and page links. However, if your page really is not suitable for this style of writing, you can link to it using Double Brackets.

To link to a page, just enter a page title joined together (like PageTitleX). This creates a link to the page if it exists, and a link to create the page if it doesn't. If you want to add an s or es or something to an end of a word without linking it, type (for example) KareHa's (using the normal quotation mark).