The next two functions in the current series of posts in ‘Audit Command Language tutorials for Beginners’ are quite simple and basic. Its nice to learn some easy things once in a while to keep up the moral 🙂
So without any further delay, lets jump right into it. The first of these functions is the Lower function. The name of the function gives away its functionality (Its that simple). However, in the spirit of being thorough, this function is used to convert all characters of a string to lower case. It is hard to imagine any practical use of this function except for where conditional statements are being used for an exact match for strings.
Example in a script to create a new field using Lower Function
DELETE FIELD TEST_Field OK
DEFINE FIELD TEST_Field COMPUTED AS
Example in a workspace to create a new field using Lower Function
Both the above statements return the result where the new column ‘Test_Field’ has the first names all in small case as shown in the screenshot below:
The above example illustrates the use of the function. The above example is one of the ways to use this function. Also check out the video below for a demo of the function.
In the next post we’ll cover the UPPER function. Give it try and please share your thoughts and challenges.
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