case-sensitive language

case-sensitive language

[¦kās ‚sens·ə·tiv ′laŋ·gwij]
(computer science)
A programming language in which upper-case letters are distinguished from lower-case letters.
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While programming, it should also be remembered that Visual Basic is not case-sensitive while C# is a case-sensitive language [2, 3, 7].