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StringInStr() casesense 0 or 2?

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What is the difference between casesense 0 and 2 in the function StringInStr()?

0 = not case sensitive, using the user's locale (default)

2 = not case sensitive, using a basic/faster comparison

Can someone explain me in plain terms, or better using an example? Thank you!!

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This example returns 14 and 0:

ConsoleWrite(StringInStr("Test with an Ü (german u umlaut)", "ü", 0) & @LF)
ConsoleWrite(StringInStr("Test with an Ü (german u umlaut)", "ü", 2) & @LF)
So there is no difference for plain english but for languages with umlaut, accented characters etc.
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