13.7. Characters With Case [sec_13-1-4-3]

13.7.1. Function EXT:CHAR-INVERTCASE
13.7.2. Case of Implementation-Defined Characters

13.7.1. Function EXT:CHAR-INVERTCASE

(EXT:CHAR-INVERTCASE char) returns the corresponding character in the other case for CHAR, i.e., CHAR-UPCASE for a lowercase character and CHAR-DOWNCASE for an uppercase character; for a character that does not have a case attribute, the argument is returned. See also EXT:STRING-INVERTCASE and EXT:NSTRING-INVERTCASE.

13.7.2. Case of Implementation-Defined Characters [sec_13-1-4-3-4]

The characters with case are those UNICODE characters c, for which the upper case mapping uc and the lower case mapping lc have the following properties:

  • uc and lc are different
  • c is one of uc and lc
  • the upper case mapping of uc and of lc is uc
  • the lower case mapping of uc and of lc is lc

The titlecase property of UNICODE characters has no equivalent in Common Lisp.

These notes document CLISP version 2.49Last modified: 2010-07-07