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Chapter 15. Lexical Structure > Case Sensitivity

15.6. Case Sensitivity

When a language is fully case sensitive, every token in the language—including all identifiers and keywords—must be entered with the correct capitalization. For example, in case-sensitive languages, the statement:

If (x =  = 5) {
  x = 10;
}


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