To Remove last character of a string in VB.NET, you can use the
String.Substring() method. This method allows you to extract a portion of a string, and by specifying the index of the starting position and the length of the substring, you can remove the last character. For example, if you have a string called “example” and you want to remove the last character, you can use the following code:
Dim originalString As String = "example" Dim modifiedString As String = originalString.Substring(0, originalString.Length - 1)
In this example, the
Substring() method is used to extract a substring from the original string, starting at index 0 and ending at index
originalString.Length - 1. This effectively removes the last character from the string, and assigns the modified string to the variable
In VB.NET, there are several ways to remove the last character of a string. Here are a few examples:
- Using the “Substring” method:
Dim originalString As String = "Hello World!" originalString = originalString.Substring(0, originalString.Length - 1)
- Using the “Remove” method:
Dim originalString As String = "Hello World!" originalString = originalString.Remove(originalString.Length - 1, 1)
- Using the “Left” method:
Dim originalString As String = "Hello World!" originalString = originalString.Left(originalString.Length - 1)
In all the above examples, originalString will be equal to “Hello World” after the last character has been removed in VB.NET. The first example uses the “Substring” method to extract all characters of the string except the last one. The second example uses the “Remove” method to remove the last character of the string. The third example uses the “Left” method to get all characters from the beginning of the string up to the second-to-last character.
It’s important to note that these examples make the assumption that the string is not empty, otherwise it will throw an exception. To avoid that, it’s recommended to check if the string length is greater than zero before processing it.