chop() - string function

Sep 06, 2010 Author: SEO

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.
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
In this example we will use the chop() function to remove characters from the right end of a string:

<?php
$str = "Hello World!\n\n";
echo $str;
echo chop($str);
?>
The source output of the code above will be:
<html>

<body>
Hello World!

Hello World!</body>

</html>
The browser output of the code above will be:
Hello World! Hello World!


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