Case converter

The Easy Way To Convert Any Text Into lowercase, UPPERCASE, Sentence case, camelCase, PascalCase, Capital Case, CONSTANT_CASE,, snake_case, param-case.

This easy-to-use Case Conversion Tool is designed to allow you to convert blocks of text into any case, which you can simply copy and paste back to your own document.

So if you have typed a document and accidentally left your caps lock on – don’t panic! Or if you want to make sure that a document has all the right capitalisations, you can now convert it in seconds. Or if you are a marketer and want to capitalise the first letter of each word, then one click will do the trick!

Simply copy and paste your text into the text area above and click on submit buttons to convert it to one of the different cases, including:

# Sentence Case

The sentence case converter will allow you to paste any text you’d like, and it will automatically transform it to a fully formed structured sentence.

It works by capitalizing the very first letter in each sentence, and will then go on to transform the rest of the text into lowercase as well as converting i’s into I’s. Every letter after a full stop will get converted into an upper case letter.

Note: it won’t, however, capitalize names or places.

This is an example of sentence case.

# Lower Case

If you are wondering how to uncapitalize text, this is exactly what the lower case text converter will allow you to do - it transforms all the letters in your text into lowercase letters. Simply copy the text that you need generating into lower case and paste the text into the box above and select the ‘lower case’ tab.

this is an example of lower case.

# Upper Case

The upper case transformer will take any text that you have and will generate all the letters into upper case ones. It will essentially make all lower case letters into CAPITALS (as well as keep upper case letters as upper case letters).

To do this, you simply have to select the text that you need changing and pasting into the box above and then select the UPPER CASE tab.


# Capital Case

The capitalized case converter will automatically convert the starting letter of every word into an upper case and will leave the remaining letters as lower case ones.

Simply copy the content that you will like to generate into this format, then paste into the box form above and select the Capitalized Case tab.

This Is An Example Of Capitalized Case.

# camelCase

The camel case converter will automatically separate the words in a phrase by making the every letter of each word capitalized except first and not using spaces. It is commonly used in web URLs, programming and computer naming conventions. It is named after camels because the capital letters resemble the humps on a camel's back.


# PascalCase

Pascal case converter is a programming naming convention where the first letter of each compound word in a variable is capitalized. The use of descriptive variable names is a software development best practice. However, modern programming languages do not allow variables names to include blank spaces.



The Constant case converter will automatically convert upper case string with an underscore between words.



Dot case converter will automatically convert a lower case string with a dot between words.

# snake_case

Snake case converter is a naming convention in which a developer replaces spaces between words with an underscore.

Most object-oriented programming languages don't allow variable, method, class and function names to contain spaces.

The snake case -- also commonly seen as snake_case -- naming convention replaces spaces with underscores to create descriptive variable and method names from multiple words without a compile time error.

The snake case name is derived from the associated imagery of underscores representing snakes that slither on the ground between words.


# param-case

The param case converter is a lower cased string with dashes between words.


Once you have converted text to your desired case, you can simply highlight it all and press “Control-C” to copy, and then “Control-V” to paste it back into your desktop document

Have fun – and if you like this tool, then please recommend it to others who would also find it useful!

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