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> >> Agreed, but ltrim and rtrim will disappoint Israelis and dyslexics alike.
> >> Suggestions welcome as I can't think of anything better.
> > The .Net framework calls 'em TrimStart and TrimEnd (and has a Trim that does
> > both). So maybe trim_start and trim_end if we wanted to take that lead...
> How about .trim(:start) and .trim(:end)?
1. No params, trim all
2. :start or :end, only trim that bit (not a negated option :)
3. If both, goto 1
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