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Remove end characters from strings in Julia – strip(), lstrip() and rstrip() Methods

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  • Last Updated : 01 Apr, 2020

The strip() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to remove leading and trailing characters from the specified string str. These removing elements is specified by given characters chars.

Syntax:
strip(str::AbstractString, chars)

Parameters:

  • str::AbstractString: Specified string.
  • chars: Specified characters.

Returns: It returns a stripped part of the given string.

Example:




# Julia program to illustrate 
# the use of strip() method
   
# Getting a stripped part of the given string.
println(strip("Geeks", ['s']))
println(strip("GFG", ['G']))
println(strip("1 + 2+3 + 4", ['+']))
println(strip("+1 + 2+3 + 4+", ['+']))

Output:

Geek
F
1+2+3+4
1+2+3+4

lstrip()

The lstrip() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to remove leading characters from the specified string str. These removing elements is specified by given characters chars.

Syntax:
lstrip(str::AbstractString, chars)

Parameters:

  • str::AbstractString: Specified string.
  • chars: Specified characters.

Returns: It returns a stripped part of the given string.

Example:




# Julia program to illustrate 
# the use of lstrip() method
   
# Getting a stripped part of the given string.
println(lstrip("Geek", ['G']))
println(lstrip("GFG", ['G']))
println(lstrip("1 + 2+3 + 4+", ['+']))
println(lstrip("+1 + 2+3 + 4", ['+']))

Output:

eek
FG
1+2+3+4+
1+2+3+4

rstrip()

The rstrip() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to remove trailing characters from the specified string str. These removing elements is specified by given characters chars.

Syntax:
rstrip(str::AbstractString, chars)

Parameters:

  • str::AbstractString: Specified string.
  • chars: Specified characters.

Returns: It returns a stripped part of the given string.

Example:




# Julia program to illustrate 
# the use of rstrip() method
   
# Getting a stripped part of the given string.
println(rstrip("Geek", ['G']))
println(rstrip("GFG", ['G']))
println(rstrip("1 + 2+3 + 4+", ['+']))
println(rstrip("+1 + 2+3 + 4", ['+']))

Output:

Geek
GF
1+2+3+4
+1+2+3+4

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