Text - Lowercase characters

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lowercase characters are characters with a lower case.



In unicode, lowercase is a category. See Lowercase

Example from a u+0061 to z u+007A

Regexp capture

lowercase characters can be captured with:

[:lower:]  # for a to z
  • or expression

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