How can i remove the last part in a string

I have a dynamic generated string as /directory/folder/filename.html

How can i remove the last part i.e /filename.html.

I want my output as /directory/folder/.

Answers


Use the Path.GetDirectoryName method in System.IO:

string path = "/directory/folder/filename.html";
path = Path.GetDirectoryName(path);

This may change the path seperator to the system default. If you want to preserve the slashes, use the following instead:

path = path.Substring(0, path.LastIndexOf('/'));

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