Removes one newline from end of a String if it's there, otherwise leave it alone. : String Format « Data Type « Java Tutorial





import java.io.PrintWriter;
import java.sql.Connection;
import java.sql.SQLException;

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public class Main {
  /**
   * <code>\u000a</code> linefeed LF ('\n').
   * 
   * @see <a href="http://java.sun.com/docs/books/jls/third_edition/html/lexical.html#101089">JLF: Escape Sequences
   *      for Character and String Literals</a>
   * @since 2.2
   */
  public static final char LF = '\n';

  /**
   * <code>\u000d</code> carriage return CR ('\r').
   * 
   * @see <a href="http://java.sun.com/docs/books/jls/third_edition/html/lexical.html#101089">JLF: Escape Sequences
   *      for Character and String Literals</a>
   * @since 2.2
   */
  public static final char CR = '\r';
  /**
   * Removes one newline from end of a String if it's there,
   * otherwise leave it alone.  A newline is &quot;<code>\n</code>&quot;,
   * &quot;<code>\r</code>&quot;, or &quot;<code>\r\n</code>&quot;.
   *
   * NOTE: This method changed in 2.0.
   * It now more closely matches Perl chomp.
   *
   * <pre>
   * StringUtils.chomp(null)          = null
   * StringUtils.chomp("")            = ""
   * StringUtils.chomp("abc \r")      = "abc "
   * StringUtils.chomp("abc\n")       = "abc"
   * StringUtils.chomp("abc\r\n")     = "abc"
   * StringUtils.chomp("abc\r\n\r\n") = "abc\r\n"
   * StringUtils.chomp("abc\n\r")     = "abc\n"
   * StringUtils.chomp("abc\n\rabc")  = "abc\n\rabc"
   * StringUtils.chomp("\r")          = ""
   * StringUtils.chomp("\n")          = ""
   * StringUtils.chomp("\r\n")        = ""
   * </pre>
   *
   * @param str  the String to chomp a newline from, may be null
   * @return String without newline, <code>null</code> if null String input
   */
  public static String chomp(String str) {
      if (isEmpty(str)) {
          return str;
      }

      if (str.length() == 1) {
          char ch = str.charAt(0);
          if (ch == CR || ch == LF) {
              return "";
          }
          return str;
      }

      int lastIdx = str.length() - 1;
      char last = str.charAt(lastIdx);

      if (last == LF) {
          if (str.charAt(lastIdx - 1) == CR) {
              lastIdx--;
          }
      } else if (last != CR) {
          lastIdx++;
      }
      return str.substring(0, lastIdx);
  }
  // Empty checks
  //-----------------------------------------------------------------------
  /**
   * Checks if a String is empty ("") or null.
   *
   * <pre>
   * StringUtils.isEmpty(null)      = true
   * StringUtils.isEmpty("")        = true
   * StringUtils.isEmpty(" ")       = false
   * StringUtils.isEmpty("bob")     = false
   * StringUtils.isEmpty("  bob  ") = false
   * </pre>
   *
   * NOTE: This method changed in Lang version 2.0.
   * It no longer trims the String.
   * That functionality is available in isBlank().
   *
   * @param str  the String to check, may be null
   * @return <code>true</code> if the String is empty or null
   */
  public static boolean isEmpty(String str) {
      return str == null || str.length() == 0;
  }
}










2.30.String Format
2.30.1.Format Calendar with String.format()
2.30.2.Format strings into table
2.30.3.String.format(): right pad a string
2.30.4.String.format(): left pad a string
2.30.5.Format a String (JDK1.5)
2.30.6.Pass value array to String.format()
2.30.7.Remove/collapse multiple newline characters.
2.30.8.Abbreviate string
2.30.9.Capital and uncapital strings
2.30.10.Transforms words to singular, plural, humanized (human readable), underscore, camel case, or ordinal form
2.30.11.Replace New Lines
2.30.12.Fix Line Separator
2.30.13.Abbreviates a String using ellipses in both sides.
2.30.14.Abbreviates a String using ellipses.
2.30.15.Capitalize the first character of the given string
2.30.16.Centers a String in a larger String of size size using the space character (' ').
2.30.17.Centers a String in a larger String of size size. Uses a supplied String as the value to pad the String with.
2.30.18.Centers a String in a larger String of size size. Uses a supplied character as the value to pad the String with.
2.30.19.Convert string to uppercase
2.30.20.Left pad a String with a specified String.
2.30.21.Left pad a String with a specified character.
2.30.22.Left pad a String with spaces (' ').
2.30.23.Makes the first letter caps and the rest lowercase.
2.30.24.Put quotes around the given String if necessary.
2.30.25.Quote a string so that it can be used as an identifier or a string literal in SQL statements.
2.30.26.Right pad a String with a specified String.
2.30.27.Right pad a String with a specified character.
2.30.28.Right pad a String with spaces (' ').
2.30.29.Trim off trailing blanks but not leading blanks
2.30.30.Truncate a String to the given length with no warnings or error raised if it is bigger.
2.30.31.Uncapitalizes a String changing the first letter to title case as per Character.toLowerCase(char). No other letters are changed.
2.30.32.Repeat String
2.30.33.Repeat a String repeat times to form a new String.
2.30.34.Strip Line Breaks
2.30.35.Trim any of the characters
2.30.36.Removes one newline from end of a String if it's there, otherwise leave it alone.
2.30.37.Removes newline, carriage return and tab characters from a string
2.30.38.Remove the leading and trailing quotes from str.