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I have many strings of company names -- "Big Consulting Co (china) Ltd" as an example.  Note that the first letter after the "(" is lower case -- but should be upper case -- ie: "Big Consulting Co (China) Ltd".

I've tried to fix this using reReplace, as follows:

reReplace(thisString, "\([a-z]", "\([A-Z]")

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but this does not work.

Can anyone help me understand the correct syntax to use?
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This will give you title case:

#rereplace( v, "\b([a-z])", "\U\1", "ALL")#
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Thank you for the quick response!
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