The Lowercase flag (\) causes the letter that directly follows it to appear in lowercase. The flag has no effect if the character following it is not a letter. The Lowercase flag can be paired as follows: o With the Underline flag (\&) to stop underlining text. o With the Bold flag (\*) to stop bolding characters. o With itself (\\) to cause the characters following it to be printed in lowercase by default. If you have a file that is in all uppercase, you can put a paired lowercase flag (\\) at the beginning of the file and then, as needed, override the temporary lowercase default by using a circumflex (^) to capitalize the letter following it.
1 – Default
Recognition is turned on.