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Thread: Split array, then trim array?

  1. #1

    Split array, then trim array?

    Folks,

    The below code splits an array nicely into what I need, but I have an extra '\n' at the end. How after splitting the array can I remove this last '\n' have tried substr and trim but don't seem to have got it right.

    PHP Code:
    $arr split("\n"$row2['properties']); 
    Cheers

  2. #2

    impossible?

    Quote Originally Posted by onemhunki View Post
    Folks,

    The below code splits an array nicely into what I need, but I have an extra '\n' at the end. How after splitting the array can I remove this last '\n' have tried substr and trim but don't seem to have got it right.

    PHP Code:
    $arr split("\n"$row2['properties']); 
    Cheers
    Split removes all the '/n' s so it should be impossible to still have it at the end!
    Could you post the string?

  3. #3
    you could trim the $row...
    PHP Code:
    $arr split("\n"trim($row2['properties'])); 
    trim removes all extra whitespace from the end of your string... in this case it's the rows your calling have an extra return in them... THE BEST option would be to trim it on DB insert though as opposed to trimming it when trying to call it... my
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  4. #4
    Thanks simplistik, I agree about trimming on insert.

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