Am I missing something obvious? I want to remove all the spaces from an input. What I have now is a split on spaces and then a repeat to add each element to a variable. Seems kludgy.
Huh. I’ll have to look up what (m?) means, haven’t seen that before, but works a treat, thanks!
That sets the flag for multiline, so that
$ match the start and end of a line instead of the start and end of the whole string. In this case it isn’t needed
\s worked for what I needed, no multi-line input.
I usually split on spaces, then join with an empty string (
""). Slightly less elegant than a regex, but easier to remember!
With the growing complexity of shortcuts and the terrible UI for managing long ones, I have a lot of appreciation for reducing the number of actions in the shortcut.