10 examples of 'golang strip whitespace' in Go

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1479func normalizeWhitespace(x string) string {
1480 x = strings.Join(strings.Fields(x), " ")
1481 x = strings.Replace(x, "( ", "(", -1)
1482 x = strings.Replace(x, " )", ")", -1)
1483 x = strings.Replace(x, ")->", ") ->", -1)
1484 return x
1485}
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97func (s *mstmt) stripws(l string) []string {
98 res := make([]string, 0)
99 if l == "" {
100 return res
101 }
102 l = strings.Replace(l, "\t", " ", -1)
103 l = strings.Replace(l, "\n", " ", -1)
104 l = strings.Replace(l, "\r", " ", -1)
105 ss := strings.Split(l, " ")
106 for _, l := range ss {
107 if strings.Trim(l, " ") != "" {
108 res = append(res, l)
109 }
110 }
111 return res
112}
203func cleanCommentLine(line string) string {
204 // TODO: this is not great
205 return strings.TrimLeft(line, "/")
206}
137func fixVarDecl(p lint.Problem, matches []string) string {
138 if len(matches) != 2 {
139 return ""
140 }
141 suggestion := strings.Replace(p.LineText, " "+matches[1], "", -1)
142 return suggestion
143}
31func (e *Echo) Trim(val string) string {
32 return strings.TrimSpace(e.Variables().Eval(val))
33}
420func cleanWithoutTrim(s string) string {
421 var b []byte
422 var p byte
423 for i := 0; i < len(s); i++ {
424 q := s[i]
425 if q == '\n' || q == '\r' || q == '\t' {
426 q = ' '
427 }
428 if q != ' ' || p != ' ' {
429 b = append(b, q)
430 p = q
431 }
432 }
433 return string(b)
434}
49func Trim(str, chars string) string {
50 return LeftTrim(RightTrim(str, chars), chars)
51}
1041func removeComments(line string) string {
1042 pos := strings.IndexByte(line, '#')
1043 if pos >= 0 {
1044 return line[:pos]
1045 } else {
1046 return line
1047 }
1048}
30func Strip(regex, text string) string {
31 return string(regexp.MustCompile(regex).ReplaceAll([]byte(text), []byte("")))
32}
176func (f *StringFuncs) TrimSpace(s interface{}) string {
177 return strings.TrimSpace(conv.ToString(s))
178}

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