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Name

trim()

Examples
String s1 = "    Somerville MA ";
println(s1);  // Prints "    Somerville MA "
String s2 = trim(s1);
println(s2);  // Prints "Somerville MA"

String[] a1 = { " inconsistent ", " spacing" };  // Note spaces
String[] a2 = trim(a1);
printArray(a2);
// Prints the following array contents to the console:
// [0] "inconsistent"
// [1] "spacing"
Description Removes whitespace characters from the beginning and end of a String. In addition to standard whitespace characters such as space, carriage return, and tab, this function also removes the Unicode "nbsp" character.
Syntax
trim(str)
trim(array)
Parameters
str String: any string
array String[]: a String array
ReturnsString or String[]
Relatedsplit()
join()
Updated on August 17, 2018 03:36:31pm EDT

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