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    Date: Saturday, 6 March 1982, 16:25-EST
    From: Robert W. Kerns <RWK at SCRC-TENEX>
	Date: Friday, 5 March 1982, 10:18-EST
	From: Jan Walker <JWALKER at SCRC-TENEX>
	       Where's "fs bothcase"?
	    Gee, where'd you pick that one from?  It's a TECO "FS flag".  It controls whether
	    searches are case-sensitive or not.  Has this anachronism made it into ZWEI?
	Come on.  Of course I know it's a teco flag.  I was taking a short cut
	by using the quotes.  What I should have said was "Where's the ZWEI
	analog of fs bothcase?  I need case-sensitive searches."  Sorry.  But I
	guess I have my answer: "There isn't any".  Right?

    Sorry, I seem to have misunderstood.  I can't keep track of who does and
    doesn't know TECO.  It seemed perfectly plausible that you ran across
    "FS Bothcase" in some documentation or help text, and were complaining
    about seeing that.  In fact, I have memories of seeing something like
    that somewhere myself.  So I mis-parsed "where's" into "what's".

    So this time to answer the question you really asked: If there is one, I
    can't find it either.
M-X Set Variable/Alphabetic Case Affects Search/T in the next system.
This took slightly less time to add than it has taken to delete all these messages.