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Perl | lc() Function for Lower Case Conversion
  • Last Updated : 25 Jun, 2019

lc() function in Perl returns a lowercased version of VAR, or $_ if VAR is omitted.

Syntax: lc(VAR)

Parameter:
VAR: Sentence which is to be converted to lower case

Return:
Lowercased version of VAR, or $_ if VAR is omitted

Example 1:






#!/usr/bin/perl
  
# Original String containing both
# lower and upper case letters
$orignal_string = "GEEkS FoR geEkS";
  
# Converting the string to Lower case
$changed_string = lc($orignal_string);
  
# Printing the original String
print "Original String : $orignal_string\n";
  
# Printing the Changed String
print "Changed String : $changed_string\n";

Output:

Original String : GEEkS FoR geEkS
Changed String : geeks for geeks

Example 2:




#!/usr/bin/perl
  
# Original String containing 
# lower and upper case letters
# as well as numerics
$orignal_string = "G33kS F0R g3EkS";
  
# Converting the string to Lower case
$changed_string = lc($orignal_string);
  
# Printing the original String
print "Original String : $orignal_string\n";
  
# Printing the Changed String
print "Changed String : $changed_string\n";

Output:

Original String : G33kS F0R g3EkS
Changed String : g33ks f0r g3eks

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