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Chop: Removing the last character, regardless of what it is

   

#!usr/bin/perl

use warnings;
use strict;

print "Input something and we'll print it: ";
my $string = <STDIN>;

print "\nOur input ( $string ) contains a newline. Remove it:\n";
chop( $string );

print "\nThis is more like it: '$string' without the newline.\n";

my $character = chop( $string );  
print "\nWe removed $character; now it is '$string.'\n";

   
    
    
  










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