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Free Case Converter

Quickly transform your text to UPPERCASE, lowercase, Sentence case, Title Case, and more. Try it out and edit your content more efficiently.

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type something to start

all lowercase

TYPE SOMETHING TO START

ALL UPPERCASE

Type something to start

Sentence case.

Type Something To Start

Title Case

TyPe sOmEtHiNg tO StArT

AlTeRnAtInG CaSe

typE SomETHING tO staRT

RanDoM cASE

TypeSomethingToStart

PascalCase

Type-something-to-start

hyphen-case

Type_something_to_start

snake_case

Type something to start

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Case converter: what is it & how to use it?

A case converter tool allows you to easily change the capitalization of text. It provides options like converting text to uppercase, lowercase, title case, and sentence case.For example, if you input "hello world" and choose the uppercase option, the tool will generate "HELLO WORLD." It saves time and effort by automating the process of capitalization adjustments, making it valuable for various tasks such as writing, programming, and text formatting.Transform your cases with a simple click!

Types of letter cases

all lowercase

"this is an example"

This format is commonly used in casual writing, such as informal messages, social media posts, or personal notes.

ALL UPPERCASE

"THIS IS AN EXAMPLE"

It is often used for emphasis, such as conveying strong emotions, titles, or headings in design materials.

Sentence case

"This is an example."

Sentence case is commonly used in standard writing and formal communication, where the first letter of the sentence is capitalized.

Title Case

"This Is an Example"

Title case is suitable for titles, headings, or article names, where the first letter of each significant word is capitalized.

Title Case

"RaNDom cASe"

Random case is mostly used for stylistic purposes, passwords, or adding a creative touch to text, such as in artistic designs.

PascalCase

"PascalCase"

PascalCase is frequently used in programming and naming conventions, especially in languages like Java or C#.

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