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I had been calling it CamelCase for years. In Italian, pronouns can be suffixed to verbs, and because the honorific form of second-person pronouns is capitalized, this can produce a sentence like non ho trovato il tempo di risponderLe "I have not found time to answer you" - where Le means "to you".
In Germanthe medial capital letter Icalled Binnen-Iis sometimes used in a word like StudentInnen "students" to indicate that both Studenten "male students" and Studentinnen "female students" are intended simultaneously.
However, mid-word capitalisation does not conform to German orthography ; the previous example could be correctly written using parentheses as Student inn en, analogous to "congress wo man" in English. In recent Scots Gaelic orthographya hyphen has been inserted: This convention is also used by several written Bantu languages e.
In Dutchwhen capitalizing the digraph ijboth the letter I and the letter J are capitalized, for example in the countryname IJsland. In English, medial capitals are usually only found in Scottish or Irish "Mac-" or "Mc-" names, where for example MacDonald, McDonald, and Macdonald are common spelling variants of the same name, and in Anglo-Norman "Fitz-" names, where for example both FitzGerald and Fitzgerald are found.
Fowler suggested that medial capitals could be used in triple compound words where hyphens would cause ambiguity—the examples they give are KingMark-like as against King Mark-like and Anglo-SouthAmerican as against Anglo-South American. However, they described the system as "too hopelessly contrary to use at present.
In Tibetan proper names like rLobsang, the "r" stands for a prefix glyph in the original script that functions as tone marker rather than a normal letter.
Another example is tsIurku, a Latin transcription of the Chechen term for the capping stone of the characteristic Medieval defensive towers of Chechenia and Ingushetia ; the capital letter "I" here denoting a phoneme distinct from the one transcribed as "i".
In abbreviations[ edit ] Medial capitals are traditionally used in abbreviations to reflect the capitalization that the words would have when written out in full, for example in the academic titles PhD or BSc.
In German, the names of statutes are abbreviated using embedded capitals, e. In this context, there can even be three or more "CamelCase" capitals, e. In French, camel case acronyms such as OuLiPo were favored for a time as alternatives to initialisms.
Camel case is often used to transliterate initialisms into alphabets where two letters may be required to represent a single character of the original alphabet, e.
History of modern technical use[ edit ] Chemical formulae[ edit ] The first systematic and widespread use of medial capitals for technical purposes was the notation for chemical formulae invented by the Swedish chemist Jacob Berzelius in To replace the multitude of naming and symbol conventions used by chemists until that time, he proposed to indicate each chemical element by a symbol of one or two letters, the first one being capitalized.
The capitalization allowed formulae like "NaCl" to be written without spaces and still be parsed without ambiguity. This has been further extended to describe the amino acid sequences of proteins and other similar domains. Early use in trademarks[ edit ] Since the early 20th century, medial capitals have occasionally been used for corporate names and product trademarkssuch as Camel Cigarettes, first usage of a capital letter in "cigarettes".Some notes and solutions to Russell and Norvig's Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach (AIMA, 3rd edition).
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Infix, postfix, and prefix notations are three different but equivalent notations of writing algebraic expressions. But before learning about prefix and postfix notations, let us first see what an infix notation is.
Contents. Design and History FAQ. Why does Python use indentation for grouping of statements? Why am I getting strange results with simple arithmetic operations? Infix to Prefix Conversion Algorithm of Infix to Prefix Step 1. Push “)” onto STACK, and add “(“ to end of the A Step 2.
Scan A from right to left and repeat step 3 to 6 . conversion from infix to prefix. Ask Question. The shunting yard algorithm can also be applied to produce prefix notation (also known as polish notation).
If yes you can find on wikipedia a very detailed step-to-step example for the conversion; if not I have no idea what you're asking.