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capitalize-word

Upper case beginning character.  Alt-C

Point travels forward through the buffer as with forward-word. Each time it encounters a run of alpha characters, it converts the first character to upper case, and the remainder to lower case.

For example, if you execute this command with point positioned just before "wORd", it becomes "Word". Similarly, "wORd_wORd" becomes "Word_Word".

If the current buffer contains a highlighted region, Epsilon instead capitalizes all the words in the region, leaving point unchanged.

More info:

Capitalization



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