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This is not a bug; it's a feature. Depending on the bibliography style in use, BibTeX converts all characters in the title to lowercase, with the exception of the first character. If you want to override this, wrap the character(s) in curly braces, e.g., title = "Pascal, {C}, {Java}: were they all conceived in {ETH}?"

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The loss of capitalization is by design: BibTeX does this because some, but not all citation styles require capitalization in titles (a.k.a. "title case"); other styles use ordinary case. Your bibliography database should work with both capitalization styles without modification, so BibTeX styles are designed to work as follows: You must write the title in ...

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You have to tell acronym both spellings: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{acronym} \usepackage{etoolbox} \makeatletter \newif\if@in@acrolist \AtBeginEnvironment{acronym}{\@in@acrolisttrue} \newrobustcmd{\LU}[2]{\if@in@acrolist#1\else#2\fi} \newcommand{\ACF}[1]{{\@in@acrolisttrue\acf{#1}}} \makeatother \begin{document} \begin{acronym} ...

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