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monr0e12935yI'd start with looking at all possible iterations of a given number, and adapt it for chars and case
stop71165ymethods/functions for upper/lowercase?
I haven't tested out this but it should give a rough base to start on
Combinations = 
word = allLettersToLower (word)
Foreach letter in word do
word[letter] = upper (letter)
Foreach letter2 in word do
newWord = word
newWord[letter] = upper(letter)
If word in combinations do
I would ask why you need it first to be honest...
I'd try StackOverflow
ngbeslhang85yI don't see the need for it when you could just lower() the input.
Lenzs105yIm just learning. Its only educational. It crossed my mind and i tought that this would be the best place to ask :D
ngbeslhang85yOh I see.
SHA-25614795yIf you intended to make a dictionary for an attack...most programs have a function to do the same ;)
Stackoverflow most likely has an answer though