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Function std.string.chop

Returns str without its last character, if there is one. If str ends with "\r\n", then both are removed. If str is empty, then it is returned unchanged.

Range chop(Range) (
  Range str
if ((isBidirectionalRange!Range && isSomeChar!(ElementEncodingType!Range) || isNarrowString!Range) && !isConvertibleToString!Range);


str string (must be valid UTF)


slice of str


writeln(chop("hello world")); // "hello worl"
writeln(chop("hello world\n")); // "hello world"
writeln(chop("hello world\r")); // "hello world"
writeln(chop("hello world\n\r")); // "hello world\n"
writeln(chop("hello world\r\n")); // "hello world"
writeln(chop("Walter Bright")); // "Walter Brigh"
writeln(chop("")); // ""


Walter Bright, Andrei Alexandrescu, Jonathan M Davis, and David L. 'SpottedTiger' Davis


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