Uncapitalize

Uncapitalize the first character of a string.

Usage

var uncapitalize = require( '@stdlib/string/uncapitalize' );

uncapitalize( str )

Uncapitalizes the first character of a string.

var out = uncapitalize( 'Last man standing' );
// returns 'last man standing'

out = uncapitalize( 'Hidden Treasures' );
// returns 'hidden Treasures';

Examples

var uncapitalize = require( '@stdlib/string/uncapitalize' );

var out;

out = uncapitalize( 'Last man standing' );
// returns  'last man standing'

out = uncapitalize( 'Presidential election' );
// returns 'presidential election'

out = uncapitalize( 'JavaScript' );
// returns 'javaScript'

out = uncapitalize( 'Hidden Treasures' );
// returns 'hidden Treasures';

CLI

Usage

Usage: uncapitalize [options] [<string>]

Options:

  -h,    --help                Print this message.
  -V,    --version             Print the package version.

Examples

$ uncapitalize Beep
beep

To use as a standard stream,

$ echo -n 'Beep' | uncapitalize
beep