Changing case, MATLAB in Engineering

Changing Case:

The MATLAB has two functions which convert strings to all uppercase letters, or all lowercase, known as the upper and lower.

>> mystring = 'AbCDEfgh';

>> lower(mystring)

ans =

abcdefgh

>> upper(ans)

ans =

ABCDEFGH

 

 

 

 

 

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