delete chunk.

J. Landman Gay jacque at
Wed Nov 3 13:33:52 EDT 2010

On 11/3/10 10:41 AM, Mike Bonner wrote:

> Having said all this, there is most likely a reason it is the way it is that
> I don't have enough knowledge to understand.  As with removing trailing
> carriage returns, if it's a null item it isn't difficult to work around and
> i'm not sure I can come up with a valid reason for actually having an empty
> item, but that doesn't mean there isn't a use for it.  /shrug

It may be the difference between seeing the delimiter as a terminating 
character or as a dividing character. If you consider the comma or 
return as a terminator, then it is "attached" to the preceding string. 
If that entry is empty, there is nothing to terminate and the engine 
removes it.

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