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Keep case-sensitive as a foreign word, or use a ‎supporting sentence instead of a participle construction ("wobei Groß- und Kleinschreibung unterschieden wird"). As usual, the best actual choice depends on the context. In general, you can find examples on linguee.de. I've never seen a German term for this. For your example I'd write: Wie bei allen ...


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[I hope an answer in German is fine; in a nutshell: you can try a neologism, but there is no intuitive good one.] Es gibt m.W. tatsächlich keinen etablierten „deutscheren“ Begriff für case-[in]sensitive, also für die Unterscheidung von Groß- und Kleinbuchstaben. Man könnte allerdings einen Neologismus bilden: Von bspw. context-sensitive wissen wir, dass ...


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Observation: All text processors at hand use one of these or close variants. If in search of a click box label within a search dialog I find a ≠ A quite international and hard to beat. There is of course no guarantee, to find a phrase with similar elegance for any concept in two different languages. While lower case and upper case strongly point in ...



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