Absolute beginner

bearophile bearophileHUGS at lycos.com
Fri Jan 13 13:56:57 PST 2012

Timon Gehr:

> readln() includes the trailing newline character in the resulting 
> string. You can use std.string.strip to remove leading and trailing 
> whitespace:

Time ago I have asked Andrei to modify the to!int conversion to work as Python, ignoring leading and trailing whitespace:

>>> s = "123\n"
>>> int(s)

But he didn't change it. I don't think people use parse at their first try.


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