On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 8:38 PM, Brian
> If the words are the same words but letters have different case, then the
> operator is case-sensitive.
> If the words are not the same words, then the operator is case-insensitive
> until the operator reaches the character position in both strings where the
> letters become different.
this is completely non-sense. can you present a test case that proves
what you're claiming?
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