About Randomcase tool

Convert text to random case letters. For example “HELLO” can become “h-e-L-L-O” with no pattern. With random case the rules of grammar that determine upper and lower case do not apply. Upper case or capital letters appear in a random sequence. Lower case letters also appear in a random sequence. Random refers to a pattern or series that has no pattern. This can be helpful for creating security codes. The random qualities can be unique. Randomness traditionally was generated through devices such as dice but computed randomness today can easily create randomness for statistical sampling, simulations, and cryptography.

The generation of randomness can be a typical task in computer programming. In statistically theory, randomization can be an important task with an application such as survey sampling. With letters in this random case application, the qualities of random generation apply and standard rules of the use of uppercase and lowercase do not apply. Some writing systems make no distinction between uppercase and lowercase letters but the random case utility could be effective here also for certain applications. For security reasons, random case could be useful. One use of randomness concerns search algorithms. In statistical theory, randomization is an important principle with survey sampling as an example.