Title case
Definition - The typographic case that uses the uppercase and lowercase letters that you would typically find in a title. This means that except for conjunctions, prepositions, and articles each word in the sentence begins with an uppercase letter.

Some exceptions to this rule


(1) If either a preposition, conjunction, or article is the first or last word in the sentence, its first letter should be in uppercase.

(2) If either a preposition, a conjunction, or an article has five or more letters, its first letter should be in uppercase.

Example -
This Sentence Is in Title Case.



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