We can use the
chop() method to remove the last character of a string in Perl. This method removes the last character present in a string. It returns the character that is removed from the string, as the return value.
str: This is the string whose last character we want to remove.
The value returned is the last character that is removed from the string.
# create strings $string1 = "Educative is the best"; $string2 = "Perl language is interesting"; $string3 = "Perl developer"; # remove last strings $r1 = chop($string1); $r2 = chop($string2); $r3 = chop($string3); # print removed characters print "$r1\n"; print "$r2\n"; print "$r3\n"; # print strings print "$string1\n"; print "$string2\n"; print "$string3\n";
chop()method on the strings we created, and then we store the results in the variables
chop()method, to the console.
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