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OchoNueve

What is the difference between casesense 0 and 2?

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

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

I mean in terms of algorithm being used to accomplish the compares.

Thanks,


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lordicast

I thought the same question in my head for 10 sec then decided to just use 0. Why be a rebel and go with 2?

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OchoNueve

I thought the same question in my head for 10 sec then decided to just use 0. Why be a rebel and go with 2?

I am using 0 for all my compares...but I am just wondering...you know...to learn.


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