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How to Toggle String Case in .NET

, 14 Jun 2012
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This is an alternative for "How to Toggle String Case in .NET"

I couldn't resist to give a Linq/delegate alterantive to the original tip.

How about this:

    public class Program
    {
        public static void Main()
        {
            string s = "AbCdEfGhI§$%&/()1234567890";
            Func<char, char> toggle = c => char.IsUpper(c) ? char.ToLower(c) : char.ToUpper(c);
            Console.WriteLine(s);
            Console.WriteLine(new string(s.Select(toggle).ToArray()));
        }
    }
Performance may be not optimal, but probably good enoug for many cases...

Cheers

Andi

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