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chop

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

chopAlias de rtrim()

Descripción

Esta función es un alias de: rtrim().

Notas

Nota:

El comportamiento de la función chop() no es el mismo que el de la función chop() de Perl, que elimina el último caracter de la cadena.

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krkbpk at gmail dot com RamaKrishna Kothamasu
1 year ago
//simple example function for chop()
<?php
echo "<pre>";//without <pre> you cann't see desired output in your browser
echo chop("   Ramki   ");//right spaces are eliminated
echo chop("Ramkrishna", "a..z");
echo
"</pre>";
?>
/*output
  ------
  RamkiR*/
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anon at mailinator dot com
7 years ago
Another possible one would be to use this:

<?php
function chup(){

$ar=Array();

foreach(
func_get_args() as $b) {

push($ar,$b[strlen($b)-1]);

&
$b[strlen($b)-1]='';

  }

return
$ar;

}
?>

If you wanted to perl-chop a va list of strings and return the removed chars. Obviously you can easily mod it for va list arrays of strings and the like.
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rahuls8730 at gmail dot com
5 years ago
Definition and Usage

The chop() function will remove a white space or other predefined character from the right end of a string.

This function is an alias of the rtrim() function.
Syntax
chop(string,charlist)

Parameter     Description
string     Required. Specifies the string to check
charlist     Optional. Specifies which characters to remove from the string.
The following characters are allowed and is set to be removed if the charlist parameter is empty:

    * "\0" - ASCII 0, NULL
    * "\t" - ASCII 9, a tab
    * "\n" - ASCII 10, a new line
    * "\x0B" - ASCII 11, a vertical tab.
    * "\r" - ASCII 13, a carriage return
    * " " - ASCII 32, an ordinary white space
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tomas at matfyz dot cz
4 years ago
This function corresponds more or less to the PERL chomp() function.
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