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how to remove newline char from a string

Posted by sou5437 (sou5437), 19 August 2005
I have a name of a file which is taken from the input and hence contains a newline char at the end.
Requesting to suggest how to remove that new line char from the end of the string.

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 19 August 2005
regsub?

Posted by sou5437 (sou5437), 19 August 2005
well i guess regsub wont work or will make too complex.
anyway i did with string trimright

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 19 August 2005
Yeah ... I wasn't thinking ... doing Python today  



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