@gvbadajoz21 asked 3 weeks ago.

How can lower-case letters easily be converted to uppercase letters in ascii representation?

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@clarkee answered 1 week ago.

If you type in lower case and then press [Shift] + [U] the letters will be uppercased, but if you type in uppercase and then press [Shift] + [U] the letters will not be uppercased.
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@johnkeat answered 2 weeks ago.

There is no direct way to convert lower-case letters to upper case in ASCII representation. In ASCII, capital letters are represented by codes greater than 97. Lower-case letters are represented by codes less than 97.
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@mrfindfix answered 2 weeks ago.

You can convert lower-case ASCII characters to upper-case ASCII characters using the following formula: a-z = 65-90 and A-Z = 65-90. Here are a few examples: a = 65, b = 66, c = 67, d = 68, etc.
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