Upper & lower case passwords
I am moving to password level 2. I also want to require at least one
upper and one lower case characher in the password. Level 2 is not
requiring this. How can I get these rules to work?
As far as I know, you can't specify case in your password complexity
settings. You can write a program to verify password complexity, but that
may be more work than you want to do...
This is the way things are in v5r2.. Anybody with v5r3 care to comment?
<email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am movin...lower case to upper case
char* line = "abcd";
How to convert the line to upper case and print?
Any option for printf to do this?
> char* line = "abcd";
> How to convert the line to upper case and print?
> Any option for printf to do this?
Not sure if there is a exclusive function in 'C' to do it
but tivially you could do:
- Get each character one by one from the input array/string.
- Check whether the character is lower/upper using 'islower'or 'isupper'
- If character is upper case, then Add 32 to get it...from lower case to upper case
I want to change some words in a file from lower- to uppercase.
Here an example:
but i need:
I want to find my foos with a reg. exp. and thats no problem: ^.*= do that
To get a word in uppercase i can use veU, but how can I change words found
by the reg. exp.?
Or with other words: Is it possible to execute a Command on a regular
expression? And if, how?
Wir, die anderen und ich sind unter <a
href="http://www.infojungs.de">www...Upper case and Lower case issues
There are some layouts in which the "powers that be" demand be in ALL
CAPITALS - not only for viewing pleasure, but also on exported text.
Setting the text to view all upper is easy. However, if the user has
typed in lower case letters, that is what gets exported regardless of
what was displayed in the layout.
Aside from using an Upper function on every single field - any
suggestions on how to have the text actually changed to Upper case?
Thanks for any Tips, Tricks or Alcohol you can
WinXP Pro 64Bit / FMP Adv 8.0v2...wxConfig and upper case/lower case
Does case matter for wxConfig keys? I'd have thought not, but I'm getting
an error when using RenameGroup() to move an upper case version to a lower
case version, when there's no lower case version for it to conflict with.
How does wxConfig handle it if there's an upper case and lower case
version of a key in a file (for that matter, how does it handle duplicate
Any chance this could be somewhere in the documentation (apologies if I
I'm using wxFileConfig if that makes any difference
*********************************...Upper Case / Lower Case -- Majuscule / Minuscule
I'm at times amused at the terms we use from day to day to describe type. In
particular I am somewhat boggled that most people use the terms "upper case"
and "lower case", terms derived from the position of boxes of slugs at a
printshop, instead of the much more elegant, at least to me, "majuscule" and
"minuscule" which directly refer to the characteristics of the letters
themselves. Unfortunately, if I use majuscule and miniscule in conversations
most people have no idea what I am talking about.
James Leo Ryan ..... Austin, Texas ........ignoring upper case or lower case in sed
Can sed ignore uppercase and lowercase issue?
For example below..
$1 could be "myHouse" or MyhOuse"...etc...
sed -i 's/'$1'//g' $2
I want to delete all "myhouse" no matter if uppercase or lowercase.
kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> sed -i 's/'$1'//g' $2
> I want to delete all "myhouse" no matter if uppercase or lowercase.
Perl has a "/i" option to ignore case.
perl -pe 's/'"$1"'//i;'
But for sed, I think it needs an ugly solution.
Sending unsolicite...Lower case converted to upper case by UIM
In a UIM menu source, the following code is used to process menu
ACTION='CMD ?EDTF ''/QOpenSys/fxqueue/config/omxfer.cfg'''
When I use option 11 on the menu, the lower case string
'/QOpenSys/...' is converted to upper case on the command prompt
screen. Because of the case sensitivity of the QOpenSys file system,
the file...Upper case, lower case, and wind-blowze
Damn, I wade through the PS/2 books, I edit the list, upload all the
darned files, then the little problem of case comes up.
At least WS_FTP displays the characters in the real upper and lower
Could someone tell me whether I should be using an upper case or lower
case "R" when reporting correlation coefficients for univariate
analysis? SPSS always uses upper case, but I've read comments elsewhere
that it should strictly speaking be lower case (although upper case "R"
for multivariate analysis). However, "r" seems to be used for Pearson
correlation coefficient, which I always thought was negative or
positive - and the SPSS "R" value is always positive (only the
standardised beta coefficient can be negative) - so may be I'm