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Microsoft Excel has three special functions that you can use to change the case of text. They are UPPER, LOWER and PROPER. The upper() function allows you to convert all lowercase letters in a text string to uppercase. The lower() function helps to exclude capital letters from text. The proper() function makes the first letter of each word capitalized and leaves the other letters lowercase (Proper Case).




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Besides changing text case Cell Cleaner can help you to convert numbers in the text format to the number format, delete unwanted characters and excess spaces in your Excel table. Download the free 30-day trial version and check out how useful the add-in can be for you.Video: how to change case in Excel"@context": " ","@type": "VideoObject","name": "How to change case in Excel to UPPERCASE, lowercase, Proper Case","description": "Learn several ways you can change text case in Excel. Use one of standard Excel functions; see a special add-in that allows you to capitalize the first character in each cell or update the selected values to lowercase, UPPERCASE, , or Proper Case; or employ Flash Fill in Excel. See also: 4 ways for changing text case in Excel -addins-blog/2014/04/25/change-case-excel-uppercase-lowercase/","thumbnailUrl": " -NCrK0/default.jpg","uploadDate": "2016-05-03T16:30:51Z","duration": "PT3M37S","embedUrl": " -nocookie.com/embed/58qyC-NCrK0","interactionCount": "17637", "publisher": "@type": "Organization","name": "Ablebits.com","url": " ","author": "@type": "Person","name": "Irina Pozniakova","url": " -addins-blog/author/irina-pozniakova/"I hope now that you know nice tricks for changing case in Excel this task will never be a problem. Excel functions, Microsoft Word, VBA macros or Ablebits add-in are always there for you. You have a little left to do - just choose the tool that will work best for you.


LiveScript is a language which compiles to JavaScript. It has a straightforward mapping to JavaScript and allows you to write expressive code devoid of repetitive boilerplate. While LiveScript adds many features to assist in functional style programming, it also has many improvements for object oriented and imperative programming.LiveScript is a fork of Coco and an indirect descendant of CoffeeScript, with which it has much compatibility.1.6.0:ziptar.gzView project on GitHubTweetnpm install -g livescriptFollow @gkzahariev for updates on LiveScript.Featured blog post: LiveScript 1.4.0 - Source Maps and more!Double-click an example to load it into the compiler/REPL. Docs in French: Français.Some ExamplesLiveScript# Easy listing of implicit objectstable1 = * id: 1 name: 'george' * id: 2 name: 'mike' * id: 3 name: 'donald'table2 = * id: 2 age: 21 * id: 1 age: 20 * id: 3 age: 26# Implicit access, accessignmentup-case-name = (.name .= to-upper-case!)# List comprehensions, destructuring, piping[id:id1, name, age for id:id1, name in table1 for id:id2, age in table2 when id1 is id2]> sort-by (.id) # using 'sort-by' from prelude.ls> each up-case-name # using 'each' from prelude.ls> JSON.stringify#=>#["id":1,"name":"GEORGE","age":20,# "id":2,"name":"MIKE", "age":21,# "id":3,"name":"DONALD","age":26]# operators as functions, pipingmap (.age), table2 > fold1 (+)#=> 67 ('fold1' and 'map' from prelude.ls)JavaScriptvar table1, table2, upCaseName, id1, name, id2, age;table1 = [ id: 1, name: 'george' , id: 2, name: 'mike' , id: 3, name: 'donald' ];table2 = [ id: 2, age: 21 , id: 1, age: 20 , id: 3, age: 26 ];upCaseName = function(it) return it.name = it.name.toUpperCase();;JSON.stringify(each(upCaseName)(sortBy(function(it) return it.id;)((function() var i$, ref$, len$, ref1$, j$, len1$, ref2$, results$ = []; for (i$ = 0, len$ = (ref$ = table1).length; i$ 1 ? function() this : this; return params.push.apply(params, arguments)


Beware that bitfields in MySQL suffer from the same problem that terms in the LIMIT clause do when using prepared statements, i.e. in emulation mode, strings are not correctly interpreted. So if you are converting code likemysql_query("create table foo (bits bit(48))");mysql_query("insert into foo (bits) values ($val)";into$pdo->prepare("insert into foo (bits) values (?)")->execute([64]);you will actually get the value 13876 inserted (0011 0110 0011 0100) which is the bytes of the ASCII characters '6' and '4'.


PySimpleGUI has a fun and very useful function that is discussed in the docs named ObjToString which takes an object and converts it's contents it into a nicely formatted string. This function is used to create the text output when you click the Obj button. The result is this instead of the tiny window shown previously:


Note the 2 parameters that are specific for .ini files:* use_config_file - Set to True to indicate you're using an INI file* convert_bools_and_none - Defaults to True. Normally all settings from INI files are strings. This parameter will convert 'True', 'False', and 'None' to Python values True, False, None


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