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Template:Str right

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Usage

{{str right|<string>|<offset>}}

Gives the characters from <offset> to the end of the string.

A negative <offset> is treated the same as zero, which simply returns the original string.

If <offset> is longer than <string> then this returns an empty string.

If <offset> is invalid, empty or undefined, this template goes berserk, so please avoid.

Examples

  • {{str right |Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet |10}} → m dolor sit amet
  • {{str right |Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet |1}} → orem ipsum dolor sit amet
  • {{str right |Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet |0}} → Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet
  • {{str right |123456789.123456789.123456789.123456789.123456789.123456789.123456789.123456789.123456789.123456789.1 |99}} → .1
  • {{str right |#123456|1}} → 123456
  • {{str right |#123|1}} → 123


TemplateData

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TemplateData for Str right

Gives the characters from <offset> to the end of the string.

Template parameters

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
String1

The string to be trimmed

Stringrequired
Count2

The index of the character to trim from. Negative values are treated as 0, see {{str rightc}} to trim the right n characters. If its greater than the string length returns the empty string.

Numberrequired

See also