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strleft

(This command has been awarded a Yubnub Golden Egg)

http://jonathanaquino.com/yubscripts/strings/stringmanip.php?command=strleft&input=%s&xn_auth=no
NAME
    strLeft - returns characters from the beginning of a string

SYNOPSIS
    strLeft [STRING] [LENGTH]

EXAMPLES
    strLeft abcdefg 3     (returns: "abc")
    strLeft This is a string 6     (returns: "This i")

DESCRIPTION
    This command requires two parameters, a string and an integer. It will chop off
    and return the beginning of the string the length of the integer.

    Do not surround the string with quotes. The integer must come after a space
    at the end of the string.

AUTHOR
    Allen Ormond <aormond (at) fromrocks (dot) com>
    
28803 uses - Created 2005-08-12 00:36:27 - Last used 2016-07-06 00:16:43