Is Python case sensitive when dealing with identifiers?

Is Python case sensitive when dealing with identifiers?
a) yes
b) no
c) machine dependent
d) none of the mentioned

Yes, Python is case-sensitive when dealing with identifiers. The case is always significant.

Are Python cases sensitive?

Yes, python is a case-sensitive language. If we write a variable in small characters and want to utilize it later in the program, we must do it in the same way otherwise, it will be treated as a new variable.

How do I make Python not case-sensitive?

When you compare two strings, you can use the lower() method to avoid the case-sensitive issues. For example, str1 = “dhiraj” and str2=”Dhiraj” when you compare str1 with str2, it’s not the same. But you can use lower() before comparison str1.lower() and str2.lower(). Now both are the same.

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