Chad Perrin wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 06, 2008 at 05:30:06AM +0900, Siep Korteling wrote:
>> > Thanks.  Sorry to ramble on.
>> > -Roger
>> 
>> "abc:".chomp(":")
>> or
>> "abc:".chomp!(":")
> 
> Note: That only works if the character you want to strip away is the 
> last
> character in the string.  When you don't supply an argument, it removes
> only any newline character at the end of the string, e.g.:
(...)
Yes. Well you can chop off any substring with chomp("any string").
If "strip" means delete all occurances of a substring, there is uhm, 
delete.
"a:bc:".delete(":")
=> "abc"


Regards,

Siep
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