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library routine to convert lower case to upper case

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Hello

I need library routine to convert lower case to upper case.

What is the name of it ?
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in ctype.h there's a routine called toupper() that converts a character to uppercase if it is a letter and if it is lowercase (if you want to convert from uppercase to lowercase, there's the tolower() routine). i don't know if a routine that converts a complete string exists in C, but it is easy to implement with a simple loop
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