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remove comma from end of list

Posted on 2009-03-30
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ok, I have..

value1,value2,

how would I remove the comma from the end of the list in coldfusion?
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<cfset newList = Left(oldList, Len(oldList)-1)>
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Thx!
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... BTW, in case you happen to be generating the list yourself you can use list functions to avoid the trailing comma in the first place.

<cfset list = "">
<cfset list = listAppend(list, "value1")>
<cfset list = listAppend(list, "value2")>
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Ok, thanks _agx_
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