in typography, capital letters, which gained this alternative name from the standard location in which typesetters stored them.
Type using capital letters.
relating to capital letters which were kept in the top half of a compositor's type case; "uppercase letters; X and Y and Z etc"
Capital letters of the alphabet, or those characters created by pressing the computer keyboard "shift" key in combination with another key. See also: lowercase.
The Unix operating system differentiates between uppercase and lowercase letters.
Uppercase letters are CAPITAL LETTERS.
Capital letters such as A, B, C, etc. Derived from the practice of placing these letters in the top (upper) case of a pair of typecases by printers when laying out text.
Capital letters, such as A, B, C. The name is derived from the practice of placing capitalized letters in the top (upper) case of a pair of type cases. See lowercase.
A field characteristic denoting a field in which lowercase letters are converted to uppercase as they are entered.
The set of 26 characters 'A' to 'Z'. THIS IS UPPERCASE (not lowercase).
Uppercase letters refer to the capital letters usually seen at the beginning of sentences.
adj. (of a character) being among standard characters corresponding to the capital letters through , or being some other implementation-defined character that is defined by the implementation to be uppercase. See Section 18.104.22.168 Characters With Case.