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deletedscratch0
Scratcher
50 posts

Case sensitive () block

I need a block to stop thing being case sensitive like this:
Case Sensitive [ v]
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Last edited by deletedscratch0 (Aug. 11, 2018 07:26:00)



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Botcho_Otkho
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Case sensitive () block

What about
[] case sensitive = []::boolean operators
?
Also, don't post unrelated things.

Last edited by Botcho_Otkho (Aug. 8, 2018 18:18:01)


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SimplyKomplex
Scratcher
100+ posts

Case sensitive () block

Botcho_Otkho wrote:

What about
[] case sensitive = []::boolean operators
?
Also, don't post unrelated things.
or
<case of [] = [lowercase v]:: operators> // lowercase letters
<case of [] = [uppercase v]:: operators> // uppercase letters
<case of [] = [special case v]:: operators> // for numbers and special characters, hence the name

SimplyKomplex
Sheep_maker
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Case sensitive () block

Botcho_Otkho wrote:

What about
[] case sensitive = []::boolean operators
?
Perhaps
<[] is exactly []?::operators>

SimplyKomplex wrote:

or
<case of [] = [lowercase v]:: operators> // lowercase letters
<case of [] = [uppercase v]:: operators> // uppercase letters
<case of [] = [special case v]:: operators> // for numbers and special characters, hence the name
The problem with those blocks is that it's not exactly clear what happens when there's multiple characters. The case sensitive = block is less ambiguous and it can be used to workaround the above blocks.

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red_king_cyclops
Scratcher
500+ posts

Case sensitive () block

Sheep_maker wrote:

Botcho_Otkho wrote:

What about
[] case sensitive = []::boolean operators
?
Perhaps
<[] is exactly []?::operators>

SimplyKomplex wrote:

or
<case of [] = [lowercase v]:: operators> // lowercase letters
<case of [] = [uppercase v]:: operators> // uppercase letters
<case of [] = [special case v]:: operators> // for numbers and special characters, hence the name
The problem with those blocks is that it's not exactly clear what happens when there's multiple characters. The case sensitive = block is less ambiguous and it can be used to workaround the above blocks.
Here's a less ambiguous block:
<is letter (1) of [text] [lowercase v]? ::operators>
The drop down options:
  • lowercase
  • uppercase
  • a letter
  • a digit
  • a special character

Last edited by red_king_cyclops (Aug. 10, 2018 22:00:12)


2+2=4
2*2=4
2^2=4
2^^2=4
2^^^2=4
2^^^^2=4

I see a pattern.

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