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CAPS are used to avoid confusing acronyms/abbreviations with regular words
that are spelled the same. Q: Which word isn't an acronym or abbreviation:
"can not be too careful"
A: CAN NOT BE too CARE FUL (OK, I cheated on "careful")
> Is it REALLY necesssary to use uppercase for abbreviations? Why shout?
> Sample sentences for comparison:
> When the actor is filled with true, the VCL attributes are verified.
> When the actor is filled with true, the vcl attributes are verified.
> Are technical publications ready to take this leap?
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