Contents of the IN_CASE.DOC file
CASE Version 1.0
(c) Copyright 1986
Dr. William C. Parke
1820 S Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
CASE Version 1.0 may be freely copied and distributed as long as the only
charge is for media and reproduction costs. Under no circumstances should the
program be distributed with a commercial product, sold for profit, or
distributed in modified form without express permission of the author.
CASE is an MS-DOS utility for converting ASCII files from lower case letters to
upper case, or upper case to lower case. It is unusual in that no characters
inside quotations nor any following a semi- colon will be converted. CASE was
designed to solve the difficulty presented with source code which uses labels
sometimes in lower case, sometimes upper, making global searches awkward. In
addition, if the user prefers to see source code in all lower or all upper
case, this utility will be handy. The program was written in assembly
language, making conversions very fast.
Syntax: CASE file1 [file2] [/L]
Without file2, converted file will be written to original file.
Default: Convert all characters to upper case except after semicolon on each
line or within single quotes.
L-switch: Make all characters lower case up to semicolon or in quotes.