strings.trimRight() function

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The strings.trimRight() function removes trailing characters specified in the cutset from a string.

Output data type: String

import "strings"

strings.trimRight(v: ".abc.", cutset: ".")

// returns "abc."

Parameters

v

String to remove characters from.

Data type: String

cutset

The trailing characters to trim from the string. Only characters that match the cutset string exactly are trimmed.

Data type: String

Examples

Trim trailing periods from all values in a column
import "strings"

data
  |> map(fn: (r) => ({
      r with
      variables: strings.trimRight(v: r.variables, cutset: ".")
    })
  )