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Re: [PBML] Converting to upper case

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  • Raghu Ram Murthy
    This is worked. Thanks a lot. -Raghuram ... P.Raghu Ram Murthy, M-tech (Computer Science), Member, Information Technology, D E Shaw India Software Private
    Message 1 of 8 , Jan 5, 2005
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      This is worked. Thanks a lot.

      -Raghuram

      --- Franki <franki@...> wrote:

      > Raghu Ram Murthy wrote:
      > > Hello,
      > >
      > > Is there any function or package to convert
      > strings to
      > > upper case and lower case?
      > >
      > > Thanks a lot
      > > -Raghuram
      > >
      >
      >
      > Try something like this:
      >
      > my $string = 'some InaNe Mix of LoWer and UPPER
      > caSE';
      >
      > my $lower_case = lc($string);
      > my $upper_case = uc($string);
      >
      > That should do the trick for you.
      >
      > rgds
      >
      > Franki
      >
      >


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    • Spectroman
      hello, maybe ucfirst // lcfirst could help in some cases too. as is in perlfunc - uc / lc / ucfirst / lcfirst ucfirst EXPR ucfirst Returns the value of EXPR
      Message 2 of 8 , Jan 5, 2005
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        hello,

        maybe ucfirst // lcfirst could help in some cases too.

        as is in perlfunc -> uc / lc / ucfirst / lcfirst

        ucfirst EXPR
        ucfirst Returns the value of EXPR with the first character
        in uppercase (titlecase in Unicode). This is the
        internal function implementing the "\u" escape in
        double-quoted strings. Respects current LC_CTYPE
        locale if "use locale" in force. See perllocale
        and perlunicode for more details about locale and
        Unicode support.

        If EXPR is omitted, uses $_.

        lcfirst EXPR
        lcfirst Returns the value of EXPR with the first character
        lowercased. This is the internal function imple-
        menting the "\l" escape in double-quoted strings.
        Respects current LC_CTYPE locale if "use locale"
        in force. See perllocale and perlunicode for more
        details about locale and Unicode support.

        If EXPR is omitted, uses $_.


        uc EXPR
        uc Returns an uppercased version of EXPR. This is
        the internal function implementing the "\U" escape
        in double-quoted strings. Respects current
        LC_CTYPE locale if "use locale" in force. See
        perllocale and perlunicode for more details about
        locale and Unicode support. It does not attempt
        to do titlecase mapping on initial letters. See
        "ucfirst" for that.

        If EXPR is omitted, uses $_.

        lc EXPR
        lc Returns a lowercased version of EXPR. This is the
        internal function implementing the "\L" escape in
        double-quoted strings. Respects current LC_CTYPE
        locale if "use locale" in force. See perllocale
        and perlunicode for more details about locale and
        Unicode support.

        If EXPR is omitted, uses $_.

        cheers,
        c-ya

        --- Raghu Ram Murthy <me_rams@...> wrote:

        >
        > This is worked. Thanks a lot.
        >
        > -Raghuram
        >
        > --- Franki <franki@...> wrote:
        >
        > > Raghu Ram Murthy wrote:
        > > > Hello,
        > > >
        > > > Is there any function or package to convert
        > > strings to
        > > > upper case and lower case?
        > > >
        > > > Thanks a lot
        > > > -Raghuram
        > > >
        > >
        > >
        > > Try something like this:
        > >
        > > my $string = 'some InaNe Mix of LoWer and UPPER
        > > caSE';
        > >
        > > my $lower_case = lc($string);
        > > my $upper_case = uc($string);
        > >
        > > That should do the trick for you.
        > >
        > > rgds
        > >
        > > Franki
        > >
        > >
        >
        >
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