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pandas.Series.str.rstrip

Series.str.rstrip(to_strip=None)[source]

Remove leading and trailing characters.

Strip whitespaces (including newlines) or a set of specified characters from each string in the Series/Index from right side. Equivalent to str.rstrip().

Parameters:

to_strip : str or None, default None

Specifying the set of characters to be removed. All combinations of this set of characters will be stripped. If None then whitespaces are removed.

Returns:
Series/Index of objects

See also

Series.str.strip
Remove leading and trailing characters in Series/Index.
Series.str.lstrip
Remove leading characters in Series/Index.
Series.str.rstrip
Remove trailing characters in Series/Index.

Examples

>>> s = pd.Series(['1. Ant.  ', '2. Bee!\n', '3. Cat?\t', np.nan])
>>> s
0    1. Ant.
1    2. Bee!\n
2    3. Cat?\t
3          NaN
dtype: object
>>> s.str.strip()
0    1. Ant.
1    2. Bee!
2    3. Cat?
3        NaN
dtype: object
>>> s.str.lstrip('123.')
0    Ant.
1    Bee!\n
2    Cat?\t
3       NaN
dtype: object
>>> s.str.rstrip('.!? \n\t')
0    1. Ant
1    2. Bee
2    3. Cat
3       NaN
dtype: object
>>> s.str.strip('123.!? \n\t')
0    Ant
1    Bee
2    Cat
3    NaN
dtype: object
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