Urgent Oracle-DBA professionals required



  • 1. did franz open source the common lisp dns server?
  • 2. trim a string
    This below seems trivial but before I lose my mind figuring this out (been stuck on it for 3 hours probably a sign of a low IQ). I want to trim the last two letters in a string str below (setf str "ADGRFAG") I tried to write the following procedure (let ((temp (remove (nth (1- (length str)) (coerce str 'list)) str))) (remove (nth (1- (length temp)) (coerce temp 'list)) temp)) OUTPUT -> "DRF" But it's bad because it doesn't limit itself to the last two characters but removes everything inside that is similar to them? How can I trim just the two last chars? Thanks

Urgent Oracle-DBA professionals required

Postby kshailenderk@gmail.com » Wed, 07 Feb 2007 18:02:17 GMT

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