aaron at mancala.semo.net
Thu Apr 27 22:08:39 CEST 2000
Christian Tismer <tismer at tismer.com> writes:
> But if you want to be sure only to loose \n, and also might
> want to solve the problem that the list line might have no \n,
> you are better off with a loop, like so: (after reading)
> for i in range(len(mylist)):
> if mylist[i][-1:] == "\n":
> mylist = mylist[:-1]
for i in range(len(mylist)):
if mylist[i][-1:] == "\n":
mylist[i] = mylist[i][:-1]
Aaron Malone (aaron at semo.net)
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