Its a huge assignment, I'm asking for literally 1/3 of a one-liner. I have my textbook out and I've searched google like 19 times. Its pretty trivial for anyone who knows how to do it. I'm just not a fan of wasting insane amounts of time on a something trivial like this while I have other assignments in assembly, c++ and web programming. I fully understand the reason for the rules, but if I didnt mutter the words 'for my assignment' nobody would have known and I would have got the answer. At least i'm being honest. If it was for a project at work would that be OK? Please explain the difference. I understand "its for my own good" and all that, but I need to finish MANY assignments in the next 2 days so I can GO HOME and see my family instead of wasting time fidgeting with tr in Linux.
echo "str" | tr [:upper:] [:lower:] | MY QUESTION
At least I didnt post my entire assignment and ask you guys to write the code like 90% of the school questions on this forum. I'm stressed out, its exam time, I desperately want to finish my multiple remaining assignments so I can drive home this weekend and see my family and friends, I AM on google with my textbook in front of me and I caught a glimmer of hope opening this thread thinking someone answered my question. I dont mean to sound like an a-hole but I'm very stressed and I can barely think straight enough. This question about my assignment is less than a line out of hundreds, spanning 2 (g)awk scripts and a large bash script. Not the biggest program ever, but believe me I've done my fair share of my own code with the textbook and google.
Thanks for understanding.
BTW I still haven't got it yet and would still appreciate an answer. My head is spinning from lack of cigarettes (quit last week) and too much programming. Please understand. Thanks.