PHP chop() function is used to remove whitespaces, some predefined characters, or user-defined characters or words from the right end of a PHP string. It is an inbuilt function of PHP. The return type of this function is a string.
The predefined characters are:
- Null: ["\0"]
- Tab: ["\t"]
- New line; ["\n"]
- Vertical tab: ["\x0B"]
- Carriage return: ["\r"]
- Simple white spaces: [" "]
- $string is a PHP string.
- $character_list is a list of words or characters which we want to remove from given string.
<?php $string="Ram's son goes to his school in the morning"; $new_string=chop($string,"morning"); echo "Old string is : $string <br>"; echo "New String is : $new_string"; ?>
<?php $string="Ram's son goes to his school in the morning.\n"; $new_string=chop($string); // it will remove \n from the end of $string echo "Old string is : $string"; echo "New String is :$new_string"; ?>