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case-sensitive

adj
(Communications & Information) distinguishing between upper-case and lower-case letters: users can now perform case-sensitive searches.

case-sensitive

- If something is case-sensitive, there is a different meaning or interpretation based on upper- and lower-cased letters.
See also related terms for interpretation.
Translations

case-sensitive

[ˈkeɪsˌsensɪtɪv] ADJ (Comput) → capaz de distinguir mayúsculas de minúsculas
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sh it landscape: - operating system server: Windows server 2016, Dedicated application server, - database (dbms): Ms sql 2016 or oracle v12, Dedicated db instance, - operating system client: Windows 10, Microsoft edge, Internet explorer 11, - password conventions: Minimum length 8 characters, Case-sensitive, Usage time 60 days, Password history 10 (no match of the new password with one of the last 10 passwords), Password change maximum once a day, Password lock after 5 invalid login attempts, Obligatory password change after the initial registration, - the software can be recreated based on the installation description, - the software has consistent error detection and tracking procedures.
Passwords are expected to contain at least eight characters and allow for alphanumeric and case-sensitive entries.
By default, Ngrams are case-sensitive, but a new case-insensitive check box is available.
So ask yourself if your company would benefit from a case-sensitive credit policy.
This has resulted in complex alphanumeric, case-sensitive passwords that have to be periodically changed, which makes them hard to remember.
Designed to run on Mac or Windows, it has a fully customizable interface that offers users a wide range of advanced search options and unique features: enable/ disable case-sensitive searching; limit searches by the date of a word's first recorded use; search definitions, etymologies, subject, geographical region, or source language; listen to pronunciations for more than 100,000 words; cross-reference any words in the dictionary with a single mouse click; install the dictionary to the hard disk and run it without the CD-ROM; and crossword puzzle and anagram solvers.
However, for the user who is new to Mathematica, there may be a maddening learning curve to the braces/brackets and case-sensitive nature of the code.
This volume is a quick, case-sensitive nursing reference covering approximately 200 common treatments.
info/and entering the username "institute" and password "Appraisal," both of which are case-sensitive.
0 compatibility, case-sensitive user IDs and integrity checks of hard disk sectors at preboot.
The system requires users to provide basic case-sensitive information to access individual records.
Meanwhile, a case-sensitive crusader at the University of Pennsylvania has begun a campaign to resist capitalisation of the word "internet".