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SubstituteCase is too much typing, and I find the \c to be redundant, so I've added the following to my version of the script:

:command! -nargs=1 -range SC
      \ <line1>,<line2>call s:SubstituteCase(
      \<f-args>[0] . '\c' . strpart(<f-args>, 1))

Usage is now much shorter, and looks a lot more like a normal substitution:


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