PHP rtrim() function – Trim end of string (right trim) in PHP



In this video I will show you the PHP rtrim() function

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By default (without a $charlist), rtrim() removes the following whitespace from the right side of a string:

‘ ‘ spaces
‘t’ tabs
‘n’ new lines
‘r’ carriage returns
‘’ NUL-bytes

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Use the form:
rtrim($your_string)
for the default behaviour

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Or use the form:
rtrim($your_string, $your_charlist)
to specify which characters you want to remove

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You can specify each character individually …

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… or you can use ranges within your character set using the a..z double dot format.

This sample is functionally identical to the previous one.

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Check out the code on this page for example usage!

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