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C Program Check A Character Is Upper Case Or Lower Case

C Program to Check Whether A Character is an Upper Case or Lower Case – In this distinct article, we will detail in on the several ways to check whether a character is an upper case or lower case.

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The ways in which the character is checked for being an upper case or lower case are as follows:

  • Using Standard Method
  • Using User-Defined Method
  • Using Pointers

As you all know, in the English language, there are a couple of cases of the alphabets. They are known as Upper Case and Lower Case. This is how both of those look like:

Aa

As you can see, the left character is the Upper Case A and the right character is the Lower Case a. This specific article deals with the C programs to distinguish between both of these. The various ways are as follows:

Using Standard Method

Output:

Using User-Defined Function

1) Read the entered alphabet and store in the variable ch, using scanf function.

2)Pass the alphabet to the user-defined function lucase.

3)lucase function prints “uppercase” if entered alphabet ASCII value is >=65 and <=90,

prints “Lowercase” if entered alphabet ASCII value is >=97 and <=122,otherwise it prints invalid input.

Output:

Using Pointers

1)Pass the address of entered alphabet to the function lucase as lucase(&ch).

2)Then the pointer variable *ch  of lucase(char *ch)contains the ASCII value of the entered alphabet.

3)If the ASCII value of ch >=65 and <=90 then it prints “upper case”, if ASCII value of ch>=97 and <=122 then it prints “lower case” otherwise it prints “invalid input”.

Output: