chomp(...) public

Returns a new String with the given record separator removed from the end of str (if present). If $/ has not been changed from the default Ruby record separator, then chomp also removes carriage return characters (that is it will remove \n, \r, and \r\n).

   "hello".chomp            #=> "hello"
   "hello\n".chomp          #=> "hello"
   "hello\r\n".chomp        #=> "hello"
   "hello\n\r".chomp        #=> "hello\n"
   "hello\r".chomp          #=> "hello"
   "hello \n there".chomp   #=> "hello \n there"
   "hello".chomp("llo")     #=> "he"
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January 19, 2010
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Argument Accepted

Accepts a single argument record_separator which is the character or string to chomp.

Why isn’t this shown in the method def at the top?