October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS FLIP
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FL


FL Flip ____________
FLIP changes the case of each character within <scope>.


FLip <scope>


<scope>...the text to be "flipped"
NOTES _____
Upper-case characters become lower-case, and vice versa, except
as noted below.
If the beginning delimiter ("!") of a format code is included
forced to lower case in <scope>, it be _____________________ [to avoid confusion on
upper-case only terminals; (see CAPITALIZE)].
The first non-blank character after any "sentence-ending"
punctuation (period, question mark, or literal exclamation
capitalized point) or after any format code will be ___________. This
allows multiple sentences to be FLIPped while ensuring the
first letter of each sentence to be in upper-case. However,
the "sentence-ending" punctuation or the format code must be
included in <scope> for this to be true (see UNCAPITALIZE).
MESSAGES ________
FUNCTION NOT ALLOWED IN STRUCTURE
RELATED COMMANDS ________________
CAPITALIZE, FOOTNOTE, SURROUND, UNCAPITALIZE, UNDERSCORE
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October 1, 1979 FRESS COMMANDS FLIP
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EXAMPLES ________
fl/!...stand
[before]=> !-p-UNDERstand
[after]=> !-p-UnderSTAND
not Note that "!-p-" was ___ capitalized, but the "U" remained
capitalized.
fl/St...OKAY?
[before]=> !-s-Straighten THESE TWO out. OKAY?
[after]=> !-s-STRAIGHTEN these two OUT. Okay?
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