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From: Simon Haven <Simon dot Haven at wdr dot com>
Subject: Re: where does it come from? help please.
Date: Sep 27 1999 5:04PM
> But in this case, if some one has space(s) at the end in his/her password,
> it fails...
No it won't fail, it's doing exactly what rtrim() would do.
/\s*$/ will find zero or more occurrences of whitespace before the end of line.
However, if I read my definition of "\s" right in the Camel book, it WILL remove the newline - which may not be a problem, but might be worth knowing.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Michael Peppler [SMTP:email@example.com]
> > > NB, make sure you're using chop, not chomp, which only removes a
> > newline.
> > Use s/// instead of chop (eg $var =~ s/\s*$//;)
> > Michael
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