Removes all trailing spaces or parsing characters from the specified character expression, or all trailing zero (0) bytes from the specified binary expression.
RTRIM(cExpression [, nFlags] [, cParseChar [, cParseChar2 [, ...]]])
- Specifies an expression of Character or Varbinary type to remove all trailing spaces or 0 bytes from, respectively.
- Specifies if trimming is case-sensitive when one or more parse characters (cParseChar, cParseChar2, вЂ¦ are included. Trimming is case-sensitive if nFlags is zero or is omitted. Trimming is case-insensitive if nFlags 1.
- cParseChar [, cParseChar2 [, ...]]
- Specifies one or more character strings that are trimmed from the end of cExpression. If cParseChar isn't included, then trailing spaces or 0 bytes are removed from Expression. NoteВ В В The maximum number of strings permitted in cParseChar is 23.
Character or Varbinary. RTRIM(В ) returns the specified expression without trailing spaces or parsing characters, or 0 bytes.
You can use RTRIM(В ) to ensure that trailing spaces or leading and trailing zero (0) bytes are removed from data entered by a user. RTRIM(В ) is identical to TRIM(В ).
CLOSE DATABASES OPEN DATABASE (HOME(2) + 'Data\testdata') USE customer && Opens Customer table CLEAR ? 'The contact for '+ RTRIM(company) + ' is ' + contact