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use Test::More; sub trim { my $s = $_[0]; $s =~ s/^\s+(\S?.*\S)\s+$/$1/s; $s } is( trim(' '), '' ); is( trim('a '), 'a' ); is( trim(' a'), 'a' ); is( trim(' a '), 'a' ); is( trim('ab '), 'ab' ); is( trim(' ab'), 'ab' ); is( trim(' ab '), 'ab' ); is( trim('a bb c '), 'a bb c' ); is( trim(' a bb c'), 'a bb c' ); is( trim(' a bb c '), 'a bb c' ); done_testing(); __END__ not ok 1 # Failed test at ./t.pl line 12. # got: ' ' # expected: '' not ok 2 # Failed test at ./t.pl line 13. # got: 'a ' # expected: 'a' not ok 3 # Failed test at ./t.pl line 14. # got: ' a' # expected: 'a' ok 4 not ok 5 # Failed test at ./t.pl line 16. # got: 'ab ' # expected: 'ab' not ok 6 # Failed test at ./t.pl line 17. # got: ' ab' # expected: 'ab' ok 7 not ok 8 # Failed test at ./t.pl line 19. # got: 'a bb c ' # expected: 'a bb c' not ok 9 # Failed test at ./t.pl line 20. # got: ' a bb c' # expected: 'a bb c' ok 10 1..10 # Looks like you failed 7 tests of 10.

The one I could find with best benchmark and passes tests is s/^\s*((?:.*\S)?)\s*$/$1/s;, which is essentially like MRE_regx with + replaced with * (perhaps trizen typo-ed?)

In reply to Re^3: Answer: How do I remove whitespace at the beginning or end of my string? by repellent
in thread regular expressions by vroom

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