As it turns out, Small Basic gives a special treatment to the string "True". In Small Basic, the strings "True", "true", and "TRUE" are the same (even though they have different cases)! The next code snippet shows you how Small Basic treats “True”.
Copy this code into Small Basic:
If ("True" = "TRUE") Then
TextWindow.WriteLine("You'll see this string")
If ("False" = "FALSE") Then
TextWindow.WriteLine("You'll NOT see this string")
In other words, "True" is case insensitive (all casings mean the same thing), but other strings (like "False") are case sensitive!
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- User Ed & Majed Marji