I am writing a scientific text in the area of computer science. Often, I need to refer to a certain data structure named String which refers to a sequence of characters. In most programming languages, this needs to be capitalized in order to be correct. However, when I refer to that data structure in regular text, do I have to capitalize it?
I tried to do it like others do it but I have seen both.
- A matcher might use a string-based matching strategy.
- The string "hello world"...
- On a general level, syntax refers to a set of rules that define how to structure characters and strings.
- Each retrieved string from one ontology is compared to each retrieved string from the other ontology.
- These kind of strings slow down the comparison process.