This short Swift code example will demonstrate how to do case insensitive string comparison in Swift.
let valueExpected = "SUCCESS"
let valueProvided = "success"
if valueExpected.caseInsensitiveCompare(valueProvided) == ComparisonResult.orderedSame
print("Strings are equal")
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