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m (Text replacement - "\| *arma3 * * *\| *([0-2]\.[0-9]{2}) * " to "|game1= arma3 |version1= $1 ")
m (Text replacement - " \| *(game[0-9]|version[0-9]|gr[0-9]|serverExec|mp|pr|descr|s[0-9]|p[0-9]{1,3}|r[0-9]|x1?[0-9]|seealso) *= +" to " |$1= ")
 
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|descr= Trims a [[String|string]].
 
|descr= Trims a [[String|string]].
  
|s1= [[trim]] stringValue
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|s1= [[trim]] stringValue
  
 
|p1= stringValue: [[String]] - string to be trimmed. spaces, tabs and line returns are removed from both ends of ''stringValue''.
 
|p1= stringValue: [[String]] - string to be trimmed. spaces, tabs and line returns are removed from both ends of ''stringValue''.

Latest revision as of 22:53, 19 June 2021

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Description

Description:
Trims a string.
Groups:
Strings

Syntax

Syntax:
trim stringValue
Parameters:
stringValue: String - string to be trimmed. spaces, tabs and line returns are removed from both ends of stringValue.
Return Value:
String - trimmed string

Alternative Syntax

Syntax:
string trim [chars, where]
Parameters:
string: String - string to be trimmed
chars: String - list of characters to be trimmed
where: Number - Can be:
  • 0 - trim at the beginning (left) and the end (right)
  • 1 - trim at the beginning (left)
  • 2 - trim at the end (right)
Return Value:
String - trimmed string

Examples

Example 1:
trim " hello, how are you? "; // returns "hello, how are you?"
Example 2:
"hewosentence!123" trim ["3e1o2hw", 0]; // returns "sentence!"

Additional Information

See also:
select

Notes

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