On Mon, Jan 12, 2009 at 6:26 PM, Ovid

> ----- Original Message ----
> > From: jason switzer <jswit...@gmail.com>
> > If we wanted language dependent version, use :leading, :trailing, and
> :both.
> > That will require each implementation properly handle the language
> > variations.
> I think :start and :end are my favorites.  Huffman++ (maybe :begin and :end
> for consistency?).

My best advise is to keep it consistant. .chomp makes references to chomping
from the end, not the trailing. .substr makes reference to start. I think
that's better to just find terminology that has already been agreed upon and
keep abusing it.

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