how do i change to lowercase letters in strings?

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can you give the syntax as well.
Apr 15, 2019 in Python by Waseem
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use lower() for lowercasing.example:

"ALIREZA".lower()

>>>"alireza"
answered Apr 15, 2019 by Alireza Bahrami

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