Java String trim() method with Example
The java lang.string.trim()is a built-in function that eliminates leading and trailing spaces. The Unicode value of space character is ‘\u0020’. The trim() method in java checks this Unicode value before and after the string, if it exists then removes the spaces and returns the omitted string.
public String trim() The method accepts no parameters.
It returns the omitted string with no leading and trailing spaces.
Example: To show the working of string trim() function.
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