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  Asked By: Dylan    Date: Aug 20    Category: Java    Views: 390

I am looking at some code where this is defined:
String str;
System.out.println("Mensaje :"+ str.trim());
but dont know what this means:



6 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Verner Fischer     Answered On: Aug 20

Trim removes any following whitespace from your string

"asdfadsf " would trim to "asdfadsf"

Answer #2    Answered By: Luz Hayes     Answered On: Aug 20

trim() function in String class is used to remove both leading and trailing
(white)spaces of a String.

for example:-

String str = " Hello World ");

will print only "Hello World" in ur console.
note: it will not remove blank spaces in-between the String

Answer #3    Answered By: Vidos Fischer     Answered On: Aug 20

String <java.sun.com/.../String.html>

trim <java.sun.com/.../String.html#trim()> ()
Returns a copy of the string, with leading and trailing whitespace


String str = "a e i o u";


str = str.trim();


Your outputs will be:

a e i o u


Answer #4    Answered By: Hoor Khan     Answered On: Aug 20


If question is about, what trim( ) does, trim( ) returns a copy of the
string, with leading and trailing whitespace omitted.

Please note trim( ) removes leading and trailing spaces only, not spaces
which are in mid of some letters.

For eg:

str = " s t r ";

str.trim() retruns "s t r" means  it does not removes spaces in between
any letters.

Answer #5    Answered By: Hugo Williams     Answered On: Aug 20

Yes... You're right...

And I was wrong. I miss interpreted....

Answer #6    Answered By: Amelia Schmidt     Answered On: Aug 20

trims whitespaces....................

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