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tolower() done manually

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I know that ctype.h has a tolower function.

If I wanted to write one manually...how is it done?

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It could be done as follows:

char tolower(char c)
{    if('A'<=c && c<='Z')return(c-'A'+'a');
     return(c);
}

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by:ozo
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depending on your locale...
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Thank you.
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