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I an using this code in iOS table renderer. In PCL ToTitleCase seems to be unavailable at all.
string tt = "HELLO WORLD";
TextInfo ti = new CultureInfo("en-US", false).TextInfo;
string tl = ti.ToLower(tt); //"hello world" - correct!
string tc = ti.ToTitleCase(tt); //"HELLO WORLD" - wrong!
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There is nothing to include as a project. Please add anywhere to PLC the code I provided. Expected result is in the descriptuion
Sorry, not in PCL, anywhere in iOS Native project
What is your expected result?
From MSDN https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.globalization.textinfo.totitlecase(v=vs.110).aspx#Anchor_2
>However, this method does not currently provide proper casing to convert a word that is entirely uppercase, such as an acronym.
I expected it to work with all uppercase original string. I was wrong, it is not supposed to work according to the documentation. The solution is to convert the string to lowercase and then to title case. Great job, Microsoft! You can convert from lower case but not from upper case.
You can close this issue.