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Hello, Can someone tell me how to write this code ? I want to strip of the extension (including dot) of a variable.
I've something in mind like this:
This variable must be stripped..so that I will get

Hope that you can help me out.
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The foll will also take care of file, in UNIX, of the format file.ext.ext
Eg  file.txt.mine

$filename=~ s/(.*)\..*$/$1/;

print $filename;
# suppose $filename contains "file.txt"


Tell me if this is not what you wanted.


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If there are more than one dots, would you want to strip all of them or just the last one?
oostwijkAuthor Commented:
That's what I mean, perhaps you could also take a look at my other question
'Easy Question 2'
Keep up the good work.
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