Language - Case (sensitive, insensitive) (uppercase, lowercase)

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Case refers to the condition of being uppercase or lowercase. For example, in a Latin alphabet, A is the uppercase glyph for a, the lowercase glyph.

Where the terms lower and uppercase text came from

Lowercase Uppercase

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