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It’s FileExtension.Split(); since you’re just splitting the string on the ”.”
If you want to use regular expression try this:
string newFileName = Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(url);
string ext = Path.GetExtension(url).Replace(’.’,”);
var file = newFileName + ”.” + ext;
var file = Path.Combine(@”C:\temp”, newFileName, ext);
Also you can use Path.GetFileName(url) and Path.GetFileNameWithoutExtension(url) methods.
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There’s a procedure that is used in Star Trek films and TV shows. Kirk, in full uniform in the holodeck takes a break to grab some tea. It is an important moment for Kirk/Spock/McCoy to have a moment and a cup of tea together. But, in real life, the situation is a bit different. Having tea with a crew member takes a lot of time. Which is why I bet there are a lot of people who, when they have tea with their friend, it really is tea. I would like to post a transcript of a conversation I had with my friend Dan.
Dan: What’s for tea?Me: Tea!Dan: What kind of tea?Me: What do you have?Dan: Ugh, I hate the tea.Me: You don’t drink tea.Dan: I don’t drink that, it’s horrible. Can I have some water?Me: Sure.
OK, so I’m just going to tag on one more. In the original film, they used real tea
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In case anyone wants to know, when using htmlentities() or htmlspecialchars() or any of the other callbacks, there are exceptions to the ”you must protect yourself against XSS attacks” requirement.
if(strlen($_GET[’ref’]) 11 || preg_match(”/[^A-Z0-9-_]/i”, $_GET[’ref’]))
I also had to remove the line feed at the end of $_GET[’ref’] in order to stop the server throwing a 500 error.
It’s a bit messy but it worked.
Also, whilst doing some research for this answer, I used the source code of one of the sites, and they’re both vulnerable.
I’m not sure if that helps anyone though.
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