# list manipulation – Compute the length of each string in a set

{“0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”,
“00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”,
“101001000010010000100001001000010010”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”,
“10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”,
“101001000010010000100001001000010010”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”,
“10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”,
“0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “10”,
“00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “101001000010010000100001001000010010”, “00”,
“0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”,
“101001000010010000100001001000010010”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”,
“10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”,
“0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “10”,
“00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “101001000010010000100001001000010010”, “00”,
“0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “0”, “10”, “00”, “0”, “10”, “00”}

Is there anyway for me to create a list (or table or anything) that shows the $$(text{length}-1)$$ for each string above?

I cannot even achieve the first step: shows the length for each string. I tried StringLength and Length, neither worked.