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1. Delphi Case Sensitivity (No)

Object Pascal is generally not case sensitive.

Posted to KB Topic: Language Basics
13 years ago, and updated 12 years ago
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2. C# Case Sensitivity (Yes)

C# is case sensitive. The following does NOT:

messagebox.Show("hello"); //Does not work!

The first time you type any other case for commands or variables, VS.Net will change it to the accepted or defined case. For example, if you type messagebox.show it is converted to MessageBox.Show. Once corrected, you can break it again by editing MessageBox to messagebox and the compiler will give you an error.

Posted to KB Topic: Tool Basics
13 years ago, and updated 12 years ago

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3. C++/CLI Case Sensitivity (Yes)

Same as standard C++. Both standard C++ and C++/CLI are case sensitive. In C and C++ commands and variable names are case sensitive.

Posted to KB Topic: C++/CLI Language Basics
12 years ago

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4. Delphi Prism Case Sensitivity (No)

Prism is generally not case sensitive. Commands and variable names are not case sensitive.

Note: Prism (and Delphi for .Net) do not automatically match your typed case with the defined case as C# and VB.Net do within the Visual Studio Shell.

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13 years ago, and updated 12 years ago

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5. PHP Case Sensitivity (Yes and No)

PHP is case sensitive with variable names but not with commands. Although commands are case incenstive, I prefer to use all lowercase because it's easy to type and that's what I see most PHP coders doing and I see it on PHP.Net.

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
13 years ago, and updated 12 years ago

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