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Posted 10 Feb 2011

How to Toggle String Case in .NET

, 14 Feb 2011
Test Page for both Algorithms: http://webinfocentral.com/resources/toggleCaseAlgorithm.aspx[^]Algorithm by Robert R.: protected string ToggleCaseByRobert(string s) { var sb = new StringBuilder(s.Length); foreach (char c in s) ...
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Dr. Alexander Bell is a seasoned full-stack Software Engineer (Win/Web/Mobile). He holds PhD in EE/IT, authored 37 inventions and published 300+ technical articles. Currently focused on HTML5/CSS3, Javascript, .NET/WPF/C#, Angular.js, SQL, 'Big Data', Machine Learning, AI, IoT. Alex participated in App Innovation Contests (AIC 2102/2013) with multiple winning submissions. Portfolio samples:

  1. Real-time NY Bus Tracking Web App (IoT)

  2. Integrated Sensors Hub (IMU) Testing Web Page

  3. Semaphon™ semantic phone num-to-text converter

  4. Educational Web Portal

  5. Free Online NY Payroll Tax Calculator

  6. WebTV powered by YouTube Player powered by .NET API (#1 on Google)

  7. Top-50 Digital Cameras (by iMark-DCAM rating engine)

  8. Pure CSS3 Slide Show

  9. Inflation Calculator

  10. Multilingual Geocoder with Interactive Map

  11. Online Semantic Analyzer (Concordance Calculator)

  12. Advanced CSS3 Table Formatting


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