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Making Uppercase words

How do you make your strings uppercase in Objective-C again? I forgot.

2 Answers

harpreet grewal
harpreet grewal
19,018 Points

NSString *str1 = @"ron"; NSString *str = [str1 capitalizedString]; NSLog(@"%@", str);

that could be one way

Okeito Shortte
Okeito Shortte
7,989 Points

[[NSString] uppercaseString] <-- this is the one you may want.

For the record. :)

"lowercase" is lowercase ➔ [NSString lowercaseString] "ALL CAPS" is UPPERCASE ➔ [NSString uppercaseString] "Word Caps" is Capitalized/Word Caps ➔ [NSString capitalizedString]