What's the difference between sentence case and title case?

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What is the difference between the sentence case and the title case?

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"This is a sentence case"
"This Is a Title Case"


Sentence case

Sentence case is when only the first letter of the first word (and any proper noun) is capitalised.


"This is a sentence case"

Title case

Title case is when the first letter of each word is capitalised.


"This Is a Title Case"

The problem with title case is that some people capitalise the first letter of every word but others don't capitalise words with 3 letters or less like:

  • a
  • the
  • of
  • for
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