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Message Edited by Dennis Knutson on 08-22-2005 09:32 AM
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You can use the regular expression "[\r\n]$" to match the last carriage return OR line feed at the end of the string. Or you can use "\r$", "\n$", "\r\n$" if you know the specific EOL that you want to match. Note that we ommitted the "*" which tells the match pattern function that we want zero or more instances of the preceeding pattern.
Hey thanks, but I have multiple Line-Feeds but want to remove the very last one and keep the rest, is there a way to say it's the last one to be picked up to delete? Cheers.
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10-05-2018 10:32 AM
> Does anyone know how I could remove the last Line-Feed character used as a delimiter in the Array To Spreadsheet String function.
Trim Whitespace.vi is the simplest solution. It removes end of lines as well as spaces.