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Converting VBScript's RTrim Function

Windows PowerShell

Definition: Returns a copy of a string without trailing spaces.


In VBScript the RTrim function is used to remove any blank spaces that appear at the end of a string; in Windows PowerShell, you can carry out this same task by using the TrimEnd() method. For example, these two commands assign a string value to the variable $a, then use the TrimEnd() method to remove the blank spaces from the end of the string (note that, for illustration purposes, we’ve used dots to represent blank spaces):

$a = "..........123456789.........." 
$a = $a.TrimEnd()

When you run this command and then echo back the value of $a you should get the following:


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