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Author ethan.furman
Recipients Kiran Kotari, ethan.furman
Date 2015-12-30.02:39:09
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lstrip() works by removing any of the characters in its argument, in any order; for example:

# 'hy'

# 'hy'

is stripping, from the left, all 'c's and all 'a's and all 't's -- not just the first three, and order does not matter.

The docs:
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