How can I get the word after the last slash of a string and remove the dots if there is any?

How can I get the word after the last slash of a string and remove the dots if there is any?

Example input:

S:/some/path/to/file.x

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Expected output:

file

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TolgarAsked:
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shishir_sriCommented:
var str = "S:/some/path/to/file.x";
var finalStr = str.substring(str.lastIndexOf('/') + 1, str.lastIndexOf('.'));

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ozoCommented:
If you want a Perl answer, since that's where this question was posted:

perl -MFile::Basename -le "print scalar fileparse shift,qr/\..*/" S:/some/path/to/file.x
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TolgarAuthor Commented:
Thanks Ozo
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