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I want to remove end-of-line characters from a comment body. Things I tried:
Ultimately I decided to use indexOf to get the first instance of an "\r" character. But in order to effectively remove them, I had to make sure at least one was there. So I ended with this solution.
This is obviously ugly. There should be a better way to remove end-of-line characters. Please help.
Hi @John Colosi
Have you tried to use split() on the newlines (effectively removing them) and then join() with the character of your choice to concatenate the text?
Depending on the source text, you may want to check for both newline and line feeds.
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