chop() is an inbuilt function in julia which is used to remove the last character from the specified string. If this function use head and tail parameter, it removes the specified number of first head and the last tail characters from the string.
chop(s::AbstractString, head::Integer, tail::Integer)
- s::AbstractString: Specified string.
- head::Integer: Specified number which removes the starting characters of the string.
- tail::Integer: Specified number which removes the last characters of the string.
Returns: It returns the left part of the specified string after removal.
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