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Originally Posted by GoodDayToDie View Post
No, Win32 is case-insensitive. It's traditional on Windows to use upper-case, but it doesn't matter.



NTFS is actually capable of behaving in a case-sensitive manner, but Win32 is explicitly case-insensitive. This leads to weirdness if you don't use the Win32 subsystem and create a file whose name differs from another only by case, then try to open them using a Win32 program like Notepad...






Thanks for the info! Now on with trying to figure out why the ip's still aren't blocked in modern apps...