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Class

Table

Name

trim()

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.trim();
  
  println(table.getStringColumn("name"));
}

// Sketch prints:
// [0] "   Lion"
// [1] "Snake  "
// [2] "  Mosquito  "
// [0] "Lion"
// [1] "Snake"
// [2] "Mosquito"
Description Trims leading and trailing whitespace, such as spaces and tabs, from String table values. If no column is specified, then the values in all columns and rows are trimmed. A specific column may be referenced by either its ID or title.
Syntax
.trim()
.trim(column)
.trim(columnName)
Parameters
column int: ID number of the column to trim
columnName String: title of the column to trim
Returnsvoid
RelatedremoveTokens()
Updated on October 2, 2018 05:02:12pm EDT

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