Lowercase.bash is a Bash shell script that converts any string to lowercase. You can either pass in the string via command-line parameter or pass in a list of them through standard input (stdio).
Lowercase.bash is distributed as executable source code under the GNU General Public License. Please see the license agreement elsewhere on this site.
Usage: "Lowercase.bash" "string"
$ Lowercase.bash "Hello World"
Bash on Mac OS X acts different with string substitution, causing this script to break. I have updated the script to use "tr" instead. Download the new version below, which works on both Linux and Mac OS X.
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