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The command line tool "case" is a program used in Unix-like operating systems to convert the case of characters in a file or given input. It allows users to change text to uppercase, lowercase, or capitalize the first letter of each word. This tool is helpful for manipulating text files or automating tasks involving character case conversions. The case tool is usually used in combination with other commands in shell scripting or through interactive usage in the terminal.

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  • case:tldr:97bcb case: Match a variable against string literals to decide which command to run.
    $ case ${$tocount} in ${words}) ${wc -w README}; ;; ${lines}) ${wc -l README}; ;; esac
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