TrimInvalidTrailingChars ( invalidChars ; textToTrim )
Trim given characters if they occur at the tail of a string
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Benjamin Storrier - Show more from this author
Function definition: (Copy & paste into FileMaker's Edit Custom Function window)
Ensure specific characters never appear as the last character in a string by trimming them off using this handy function.
- Handles multiple illegal characters given to the function as a string.
- Recursively trims illegal trailing characters until a legal one is found.
Apr 8, 2018
It can be non-recursive.
Let ( [
~lastCharIsValid = Right ( Substitute ( textToTrim ; invalidChars ; "" ) ; 1 ) ;
~lastPositionOfValidChar = Position ( textToTrim ; ~lastCharIsValid ; Length ( textToTrim ) ; -1 )
~lastCharIsValid = "" ; "" ;
Left ( textToTrim ; ~lastPositionOfValidChar )
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