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Class

Table

Name

removeTokens()

Examples
Table table;

void setup() {

  table = new Table();

  table.addColumn("name");
  table.addColumn("type");

  TableRow newRow = table.addRow();
  newRow.setString("name", "   $Lion  ,");
  newRow.setString("type", ",,,Mammal");

  newRow = table.addRow();
  newRow.setString("name", "$Snake  ");
  newRow.setString("type", ",,,Reptile");

  newRow = table.addRow();
  newRow.setString("name", "  $Mosquito , ");
  newRow.setString("type", ",,,Insect");
  
  println(table.getStringColumn("name"));
  
  table.removeTokens(",$ ");
  
  println(table.getStringColumn("name"));
}

// Sketch prints:
// [0] "   $Lion  ,"
// [1] "$Snake  "
// [2] "  $Mosquito , "
// [0] "Lion"
// [1] "Snake"
// [2] "Mosquito"
Description Removes any of the specified characters (or "tokens"). The example above removes all commas, dollar signs, and spaces from the table.

If no column is specified, then the values in all columns and rows are processed. A specific column may be referenced by either its ID or title.
Syntax
.removeTokens(tokens)
.removeTokens(tokens, column)
.removeTokens(tokens, columnName)
Parameters
tokens String: a list of individual characters to be removed
column int: ID number of the column to process
columnName String: title of the column to process
Returnsvoid
Relatedtrim()
Updated on November 10, 2017 05:36:31pm EST

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