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    Convert a string to pascal case (upper camelcase).

    Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.


    Install with npm (requires Node.js >=14):

    $ npm install --save pascalcase


    Requires Node.js version >= 14.


    import pascalcase from 'pascalcase';
    // or the following if you prefer
    import { pascalcase } from 'pascalcase';
    console.log(pascalcase('a')); //=> 'A'
    console.log(pascalcase('foo bar baz')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('  foo bar baz  ')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('foo_bar-baz')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('foo/bar/baz')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('foo[bar)baz')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('#foo+bar*baz')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('$foo~bar`baz')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('_foo_bar-baz-')); //=> 'FooBarBaz'
    console.log(pascalcase('foo 2 bar 5 baz')); //=> 'Foo2Bar5Baz'
    console.log(pascalcase('foo2bar5baz')); //=> 'Foo2bar5baz'

    Uppercase character sequences

    If you wish to preserve upper case character sequences, you may pass an options object with the preserveConsecutiveUppercase option set to true:

    console.log(pascalcase('The IRS Is Mean')); //=> 'TheIrsIsMean
    console.log(pascalcase('The IRS Is Mean', { preserveConsecutiveUppercase: true })); //=> TheIRSIsMean
    console.log(pascalcase('We saw a UFO')); //=> WeSawAUfo
    console.log(pascalcase('We saw a UFO', { preserveConsecutiveUppercase: true })); //=> WeSawAUFO


    All options are passed to sindresorhus/camelcase, please visit that project to learn about all available options.



    Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.

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    Copyright © 2021, Jon Schlinkert. Released under the MIT License.

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