I don't know if I should be using awk, sed, or another, but my basic
question is the changing of case in a file:
whose_idea=D:\\MY DOCUMENTS\\TURNIP GREENS\\PLASTIC
I assume that I need sed, because it has \1 \2... operators. I want
to change case of anything after double backslashes from uppercase to
Mixed Case (yea, I know -- bad practice. But c'mon... this is Win9x
How would I set this up to use a tolower() command?
For the first part, I'm guessing that I need the following to search
for the 1st character in uppercase, then search for 0-or-more
uppercase letters (using \( and \) for later retrieval):
From this point, I don't know how to break off (pipe?) and change all
the uppercase letters (between \( and \) ) to lowercase. I'm trying
to find a FAQ or something else that explains this (if anyone knows of
one). If a FAQ doesn't exist that explains this, does anyone know how
to do it?
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