Oops. Fixed for next beta.
i.e. an underscore is treated in the same way as a space between words.
This is true if underscore is not included in the set of “Additional word characters” in Options|Editor|Behavior. If included in that set then “foo_bar” is treated as one word and only the “f” is capitalized. That set of word characters affects CTRL+Left|Right,
CTRL+Shift+Left|Right, dbl-click word select, and init caps.
On 07/09/2013 07:38 AM, chris_4134 wrote:
Underscores and converting to initial caps in Toad 12
Thread created by chris_4134
If I select the following text…
foo bar foo_bar
…and click on the “convert to initial caps” button on the editor toolbar, I get this result with Toad v12:
Foo Bar Foo_bar
With Toad 11 (as with the Oracle INITCAP() function) I would get
Foo Bar Foo_Bar
i.e. an underscore is treated in the same way as a space between words. My (stupid, but out of my control) coding standards require the latter form of initcapping. Is there any way I can get Toad 12 to revert to the old way of doing it?
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