How to use 'python chomp' in Python

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70def lchomp(s, c):
71 if s[:1] == c:
72 return s[1:]
73 return s
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428def test_chomp(self, space):
429 assert space.str_w(space.execute('return "hello".chomp')) == "hello"
430 assert space.str_w(space.execute('return "hello\\n".chomp')) == "hello"
431 assert space.str_w(space.execute('return "hello\\r\\n".chomp')) == "hello"
432 assert space.str_w(space.execute('return "hello\\n\\r".chomp')) == "hello"
433 assert space.str_w(space.execute('return "hello\\r".chomp')) == "hello"
434 assert space.str_w(space.execute('return "hello \\n there".chomp')) == "hello \n there"
435 assert space.str_w(space.execute('return "hello".chomp("llo")')) == "he"
436 w_res = space.execute('return "hello".chomp!')
437 assert w_res is space.w_nil
438 w_res = space.execute('return "".chomp!')
439 assert w_res is space.w_nil

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