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Remove everything before the last Slash

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Hi to all,

I am looking for a regular expression that will remove everything before the last slash in the following string:
https://mysite.com/OfficeSupply/DXR.axd?r=0_193-f8_D3

That will leave me with just the following:
DXR.axd?r=0_193-f8_D3

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Question by:ALawrence007
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Try substituting .*\/ with nothing
In Perl: s/.*\///
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Thanks farzanj
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