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Uppercase in VI

Posted on 2001-08-13
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what is the key to press in order to change all lowercase into uppercase in VI?
or vice versa
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by:ahoffmann
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~
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by:jennievg
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esc key first then ~

is this correct? any other key to press afterwards?
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no, just ~
nohing else
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by:dimk
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In some vi editor, just press "Page Up/Down" might work.
I dont how to change case for a word or whole page of text.
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