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IndyLowerCase Function

Converts a string to it's lowercase representation.

function IndyLowerCase(
    const A1: string
): string;
Value to convert to lowercase. 

string - Contents of A1 after converting to lowercase.

IndyLowerCase is a String function used to convert the string in A1 to a string where all alphabetic characters are represented by the lowercase values. 

IndyLowerCase is used to isolate the OS- or platform-specific API calls required to convert characters to their lowercase equivalent. 


On the .Net platform, IndyLowerCase calls the built-in ToLower method for the string data type to perform the conversion. 


On all other platforms, the AnsiLowercase function is called to perform conversion of alphabetic characters. 

Use IndyUpperCase to convert alphabetic characters to their uppercase equivalents.

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