Pascal Case Function for LibreOffice Calc

PASCALCASE() Description

The function PASCALCASE() is designed to combine words with a variable case of letters, that is, as a result, one word is returned, for example "PascalCaseFunction".

Pascal Case breaks a string of words separated by spaces, hyphens, underscores, or variable case letters into separate elements. Then, turns all of these into capitalized words and combines them into one word.

The PASCALCASE() function can be useful in programming to convert variable names according to accepted code writing conventions (coding conventions) .

Main Features Functions PASCALCASE




Example Usage

The PASCALCASE() function is easy to use. You just need to enter any text in the formula and LibreOffice Calc automatically converts it to a new case:

=PASCALCASE("Pascal case function")

We will have the following result:

PASCALCASE formula usage

This example uses the following values:

Extension "YouLibreCalc.oxt"

You can use the function PASCALCASE() by setting the extension " YouLibreCalc.oxt ". After that, this function will be available in all files that will be opened in LibreOffice Calc.