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Re: UPPER CASE & lower case
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Wonchul Park)
- Subject: Re: UPPER CASE & lower case
- From: kab (Kim Barrett)
- Date: Tue, 10 Mar 92 11:30:50 EST
- Cc: info-mcl
> Well, here is another novice question.
> I have to deal with a case in which both Upper case and
> lower case alterntion has a significant meaning.
> For example, 'Cat', 'CAT', 'cat' and even 'cAt' have to
> be distinguished from each other. The obvious problem is
> that MCL does not recognize this difference.
> Now what should I do to teach this silly machine to recognize
> 'T' instead of 't'.
> Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
Since you don't say which version of MCL you are using, I don't know if this
will help you immediately, but see the function READTABLE-CASE in CLtL2 p.549,
which is supported by MCL 2.0.