- adj. alternative spelling of case sensitive.
“A strong password should have an equal mix of numbers, letters and (if case-sensitive) upper and lower-case text.”
“When you hit Ctrl+F to bring up the Quickfind menu and start typing, by default it is case-sensitive.”
“Type "AutocheckInterval" under key this seems to be case-sensitive and then under value type in the number in minutes of how often you want it checked.”
“Google Alert also announced today the release of case-sensitive and punctuation-sensitive search technologies.”
“It has just enhanced its service to learn from the results you choose to view and can apply case-sensitive and punctuation-sensitive rules to a set of Google search results.”
“| Reply the id number is case-sensitive, while in the prompt you can only type in caps! randy”
“I tried to send you an email, but it kept telling me that the verification was wrong I did type in case-sensitive.”
“These days most computer systems are not case-sensitive, outside of passwords...”
“Interesting… Apparently “Being Blue” is not case-sensitive…”
“People pick on Microsoft for this and that, and me too for e.g. not even having a good way to print lists of files from directories, but how can Google get away with not having, IIUC, a case-sensitive search?”
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