Case Converter

Character : 0 Word : 0 Line : 0 Vowel : 0 Consonant : 0

Case Converter

Case Converter, Case Converter Online, Case Converter Tools, Case Converter Online Tools, Text Converter Online Tools,

What is Upper Case Converter?

Uppercase characters are capital letters. Alternatively referred to as caps and capital, and sometimes abbreviated as UC, uppercase is a typeface of larger characters. For example, a, b, and c is lowercase, and A, B, and C is uppercase. To type in uppercase, you can use either the Caps Lock key or the Shift key on the keyboard. A program that distinguishes between uppercase and lowercase is said to be case sensitive.

What is lower Case Converter?

Lowercase means small letters, as opposed to capital letters. Sometimes abbreviated as LC, lowercase is a typeface of small characters. For example, a, b, and c is lowercase and A, B, and C is uppercase. As long as the Shift key is not being pressed and the Caps lock is not active everything typed is in lowercase. For many programs, this distinction is very important. Programs that distinguish between lowercase and uppercase are said to be case sensitive.

What is Sentence Case Converter?

Sentence case is the conventional way of using capital letters in a sentence or capitalizing only the first word and any proper nouns.
In most newspapers in the U.S. and in virtually all publications in the U.K., sentence case, also known as down style and reference style, is the standard form for headlines.

What is Capitalized Case Converter?

Capitalization (North American English) or capitalization (British English) is writing a word with its first letter as a capital letter (uppercase letter) and the remaining letters in lower case, in writing systems with a case distinction. The term also may refer to the choice of the casing applied to text.

What is Title Case Converter?

Title case is any text, such as in a title or heading, in which the first letter of major words are capitalized. This means only using capital letters for the principal words. Articles, conjunctions, and prepositions do not get capital letters unless they start the title.