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How to generate a string in my code with more easier way in C#

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Last Modified: 2019-12-27
Hello I'm using below code;

It's splitting according to underscores at the end it removes first and last two items. Then generates tat string again.

Code seems a bit weird to me. Does anyone know are there any more efficient way?

        public static string GetCutForceChannelBaseName(string fullname)
        {
            string[] parseFullName = fullname.Split(new string[] { "_" }, System.StringSplitOptions.None);
            parseFullName = parseFullName.Where(w => w != parseFullName[System.Array.IndexOf(parseFullName, parseFullName.First())]).ToArray();
            parseFullName = parseFullName.Where(w => w != parseFullName[System.Array.IndexOf(parseFullName, parseFullName.Last())]).ToArray();
            parseFullName = parseFullName.Where(w => w != parseFullName[System.Array.IndexOf(parseFullName, parseFullName.Last())]).ToArray();
            string generateName = System.String.Join("_", parseFullName);
            return generateName;
        }

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