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Ask AI: Can you give me every combination of "i love you" but instead of switching around the letters, made a different letter capital every time

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Question: Can you give me every combination of "i love you" but instead of switching around the letters, made a different letter capital every time

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Creating every possible combination by changing the capitalization of the letters in the phrase "i love you" would result in 2 ^ (number of characters) combinations, since each character could either be lowercase or uppercase. As "i love you" has 9 characters (including spaces), there would be 2^9 = 512 combinations in theory. However, capitalizing a space doesn't make a visible difference, so let's consider only the letters, and "i love you" has 7 letters. Hence, 2^7 = 128 combinations where we keep the spaces in the same place but alternate the capitalization of the letters. Here are a few examples: 1. I Love You 2. i love you 3. I love you 4. i Love you 5. I Love you 6. i love you 7. I loVe you 8. i lovE you 9. I LovE You In reality, it's unmanageable to list all 128 combinations here. But I hope you get the principle: each letter can either be in lower case or upper case.

Answered by gpt-4

April 8, 2024, 9:37 a.m.

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Published: Monday, April 8, 2024

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