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Convert Case V1.3 will change text files to all upper or lower case, ignoring punctuation.
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Convert Case V1.3 will change text files to all upper or lower case, ignoring punctuation.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CC.DOC 1927 949 deflated
CC.EXE 8016 4939 deflated

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CC - Convert Case v1.3 by Deepak Jain

This is a little program that will convert any text file's text to all
uppercase or lowercase. It will also transfer any punctuation, etc, in verbatim
format. This is to aide those of us who change from upper case to lower case,
a lot by making everything go in one direction. New in version 1.3 is the
feature to shift the characters [all of them] a specific number of oridinal
positions, for example, to switch 'A' to 'a' you move the character 32 positive
ordinal positions. However, the difference between this and lowercase/uppercase
is that the latter ignores punctuation, this will not, if you make a mistake
you will probably get a garbled-looking file. [also a simple form of data
encryption.]


There should be two files, this one, and CC.EXE.

In LZH format:

Name Original Packed Ratio Date Time Attr Type CRC
-------------- -------- -------- ------ -------- -------- ---- ----- ----
CC.EXE 8016 5128 64.0% 90-06-01 22:24:42 a--w -lh1- B3D1
-------------- -------- -------- ------
1 files 8016 5128 64.0%

In ZIP v1.02 format:

PKZIP (tm) FAST! Create/Update Utility Version 1.02 10-01-89
Copyright 1989 PKWARE Inc. All Rights Reserved. PKZIP/h for help


Length Method Size Ratio Date Time CRC-32 Attr Name
------ ------ ----- ----- ---- ---- ------ ---- ----
8016 Implode 5160 36% 06-01-90 22:24 db352461 --w CC.EXE
------ ------ --- -------
8016 5160 36% 1


Usage:

CC source target mode

source, target are fully qualified DOS files (plus, optionally, pathnames).
mode, a number or U for uppercase, L for lowercase.

No warranty at all, in any way shape or form.

USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Have a good day!



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