How to use 'rstrip python' in Python

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633def test_rstrip_lines(self):
634 original = (
635 "Line with an ending tab \n"
636 "Line ending in 5 spaces \n"
637 "Linewithnospaces\n"
638 " indented line\n"
639 " indented line with trailing space \n"
640 " \n")
641 stripped = (
642 "Line with an ending tab\n"
643 "Line ending in 5 spaces\n"
644 "Linewithnospaces\n"
645 " indented line\n"
646 " indented line with trailing space\n")
648 self.text.insert('1.0', original)
649 self.do_rstrip()
650 self.assertEqual(self.text.get('1.0', 'insert'), stripped)

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