software object naming convention was invented by Charles Simonyi
(Hungarian refugee from Communism), a former Bill Gates insider,
the "father" of Windows, Word and Excel at Microsoft.
Instead of space
or underscore(_) separators, first letters of words capitalized
within a composite name - Pascal naming. Lower case prefixes are used to indicate
glTransaction, glAccount, OrderHeader, OrderDetail, ShipCompany,
ufnCurrentDate (tvf prefix can also be used)