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Author rhettinger
Recipients alexs, ezio.melotti, lemburg, loewis, rhettinger, senn
Date 2009-10-14.20:40:28
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> .swapcase() is just ...err... dumb^h^h^h^h questionably useful. 

FWIW, it appears that the original use case (as an Emacs macro) was to
correct blocks of text where touch typists had accidentally left the
CapsLocks key turned on:  tHE qUICK bROWN fOX jUMPED oVER tHE lAZY dOG.

I agree with the rest of you that Python would be better-off without
swapcase().
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