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How to Toggle String Case in .NET

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24 Feb 2011CPOL
What about this :) string ToggleStringCase(string strToToggle){ StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder(); foreach(char ch in strToToggle.ToCharArray()) { if((int)ch>=65&&(int)ch<91) { sb.Append((char)((int)ch+32)); } else...
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string ToggleStringCase(string strToToggle)
{
   StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
   foreach(char ch in strToToggle.ToCharArray())
   {
      if((int)ch>=65&&(int)ch<91)
      {
        sb.Append((char)((int)ch+32));
      }
      else if((int)ch>=97&&(int)ch<123)
      {
        sb.Append((char)((int)ch-32))
      }
      else
      {
        sb.Append(ch);
      }
    }
   return sb.ToString();
}

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GeneralThis version is similar to the Alternate 1 posted by Robert ... Pin
DrABELL25-Feb-11 13:57
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