Right substring every item in a list
Takes a list from STDIN and returns a right substring of that same list.
One parameter is required and that is the number of characters to return. If the parameter is a negative then
right counts from the left.
<stdin> -> right int -> <stdout>
Count from the right
» ja: [Monday..Wednesday] -> right 4 [ "nday", "sday", "sday" ]
Count from the left
» ja: [Monday..Wednesday] -> left -3 [ "day", "sday", "nesday" ]
Supported data types can queried via
runtime: --marshallers runtime: --unmarshallers
a(mkarray): A sophisticated yet simple way to build an array or list
ja: A sophisticated yet simply way to build a JSON array
lang.MarshalData()(system API): Converts structured memory into a murex data-type (eg for stdio)
lang.UnmarshalData()(system API): Converts a murex data-type into structured memory
len: Outputs the length of an array
prefix: Prefix a string to every item in a list
right: Right substring every item in a list
runtime: Returns runtime information on the internal state of murex
suffix: Prefix a string to every item in a list
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