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JavaScript trimEnd() and trimRight() Method

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  • Last Updated : 27 Dec, 2022
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The trimEnd() method in JavaScript is used to remove white space from the end of a string. The value of the string is not modified in any manner, including any white-space present before the string. 

Syntax:

string.trimEnd()

Return Value: It returns the final string that is stripped out of all the white space at the end. 

The below example illustrates this method:

Example: This example describes the trimEnd() method. 

html




<h1 style="color: green">
    GeeksforGeeks
</h1>
<b>
    JavaScript | trimEnd() method
</b>
<pre>Output for " GeeksforGeeks     " :
    <span class="output">
    </pre>
<pre>Output for " Hello There! " :
    <span class="output_2">
    </pre>
  
<button onclick="trimString()">
    Trim End
</button>
<script type="text/javascript">
    /* main function */
    function trimString() {
        str1 =
            " GeeksforGeeks     ";
        str2 =
            " Hello There! ";
      
        trimmed_out =
            str1.trimEnd();
        trimmed_out2 =
            str2.trimEnd();
      
        document.querySelector('.output').textContent
                = '"' + trimmed_out + '"';
        document.querySelector('.output_2').textContent
                = '"' + trimmed_out2 + '"';
    }
</script>


Output:

 

The trimRight() alias, the trimEnd() method has an alias which is the trimRight() method. It performs exactly the same function as trimEnd(). 

Syntax:

string.trimRight()

Return Value: It returns the final string that is stripped out of all the white spaces at the end. 

The below example illustrates this method:

Example: This example describes the trimRight() method. 

html




<h1 style="color: green">
    GeeksforGeeks
</h1>
<b>
    JavaScript | trimRight() method
</b>
<pre>Output for " GeeksforGeeks     " :
    <span class="output">
    </pre>
<pre>Output for " Portal " :
    <span class="output_2">
    </pre>
  
<button onclick="trimString()">
    Trim Right
</button>
<script type="text/javascript">
    /* Main function */
    function trimString() {
        str1 =
            " GeeksforGeeks     ";
        str2 =
            " Portal ";
      
        trimmed_out =
            str1.trimRight();
        trimmed_out2 =
            str2.trimRight();
      
        document.querySelector('.output').textContent
                = '"' + trimmed_out + '"';
        document.querySelector('.output_2').textContent
                = '"' + trimmed_out2 + '"';
    }
</script>


Output:

 

We have a complete list of Javascript Strings, to check those please go through the Javascript String Complete reference article.

Supported Browsers: The browser supported by trimEnd() and trimRight() method are listed below:

  • Google Chrome 60
  • Firefox 61
  • Edge 12
  • Safari 12
  • Opera 53

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