A few weeks back, I reviewed code from a young developer.
It was impressive work for a topic he didn’t know beforehand, except on one aspect: every output used
That’s understandable: that’s how Java developers learn to code, just like Python developers do their first tests with
But that’s not something that’ll be handy for a live application.
If you like to deliver clean documents, you probably sometimes display invisible characters in Word.
In such occasions, you may have seen lines or paragraphs ending with
Yes, because a document is not only written but also manipulated and changed a number of times, having trailing spaces is not a rare thing.
One of my development reflexes is to trim those, but Word does not provide any tool to do that automatically.
Or does it?