Advantage Expression Engine function that removes leading spaces from a character string
LTRIM(<cString>) à cTrimString
<cString> The character string to copy without leading spaces.
LTRIM() returns a copy of <cString> with the leading spaces removed. If <cString> is a null string ("") or all spaces, LTRIM() returns a null ("").
LTRIM() is a character function that formats character strings with leading spaces. These can be, for example, numbers converted to character strings using STR().
LTRIM() is related to RTRIM(), which removes trailing spaces, and ALLTRIM(), which removes both leading and trailing spaces. The inverse of ALLTRIM(), LTRIM(), and RTRIM() are the PADC(), PADR(), and PADL() functions which center, right-justify, or left-justify character strings by padding them with fill characters.