I would like to remove any zeros from the end of an integer. For example, if I have `14260`

, I would like to end up with `1426`

. `142600`

I would also like to end up with `1426`

.

I have had a look around and can't find a solution for integers, just a lot of people talking about removing leading zeros and zeros from floats.

convert to string, sub and convert back to int:

```
142600.to_s.sub(/0+$/,'') # /0+$/ is regex to find all trailing 0s
#=> "1426"
14200006000000000.to_s.sub(/0+$/,'').to_i
#=> 14200006
```