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How to Trim String in bash?
Is there an easy way to trim a string in bash?
For example if I wanted to trim a string with JS, I could simply do
However as far as I can see there is no such command in bash:
The output that I get is:
- trim: command not found
Any suggestions would be appreciated!
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