dtRdr::String::Splicer - substr that skips spaces


This applies our string indexing convention to a string without modifying the original content (other than where you said to insert something.)

The offsets are always relative to the start of the original string, regardless of the amount of insertions. This means that progression must go only forward.

Leading spaces don't count. All other spaces count as one character.


  my $splicer = dtRdr::String::Splicer->new($str);


  my $count = $splicer->insert($position, $string);


Get a finished string.

  my $string = $splicer->string;


Eric Wilhelm <ewilhelm at cpan dot org>


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