How can i display the name of the folder from a field in a table

How can i display the name of the folder from a field in a table.

Right now i have a field like this, which is a combination of path and file name: /folder/folder1/folder2/12345-ABCD.txt

I want to show this section into a new field in a table: /folder2/
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Hammo777Commented:
This is ugly but it works.  If the field is called folderfield:

Select
reverse(substring(reverse(folderfield),charindex('/',reverse(folderfield)),      charindex('/',reverse(folderfield),charindex('/',reverse(folderfield))+1)  - charindex('/',reverse(folderfield))+1)) as foldername
FROM table

This reverses the path so the folder name is after the first '/' then it finds the second '/' in the reversed string and extracts it with substring, then it reverses it back.

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GiftcardAuthor Commented:
Hammo, That Works. I found other way of solving this.

declare @q varchar(100)
declare @p varchar(100)

set @q = '/folder/folder1/folder2/12345-ABCD.txt'
set @p = substring( REVERSE(@q), charindex('/',REVERSE(@q))+1 , LEN(REVERSE(@q)))

select reverse(SUBSTRING( @p, 1, CHARINDEX('/', @p)-1))

Thanks!
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