StringMethods.rstrip(to_strip: str = None) SeriesOrIndex#

Remove leading and trailing characters.

Strip whitespaces (including newlines) or a set of specified characters from each string in the Series/Index from right side. Equivalent to str.rstrip().

to_stripstr or None, default None

Specifying the set of characters to be removed. All combinations of this set of characters will be stripped. If None then whitespaces are removed.

Series/Index of str dtype

Returns Series or Index.

See also


Remove leading and trailing characters in Series/Index.


Remove leading characters in Series/Index.


>>> import cudf
>>> s = cudf.Series(['1. Ant.  ', '2. Bee!\n', '3. Cat?\t', None])
>>> s
0    1. Ant.
1    2. Bee!\n
2    3. Cat?\t
3         <NA>
dtype: object
>>> s.str.rstrip('.!? \n\t')
0    1. Ant
1    2. Bee
2    3. Cat
3      <NA>
dtype: object