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Re: Leading and Trailing Spaces
> Why would you want them?
I don't, but I have them anyway... Sometimes things slip through the
cracks, and you end up with a user with a space before/after their name.
A DSML toolkit I was playing with is for some reason base64 encoding them
when they have a leading space when setting, and stripping leading spaces
when reading. I'll call that a bug from the responses I have seen.
> What is a "Directory String?"
I was referring loosely to syntax 126.96.36.199.4.1.14188.8.131.52.15