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How Can I Delete the .php in my echo statement?

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Ok, so here's the new problem.  The frustrating thing is I had the answer and then accidentally deleted it!  ARGH.


Anyway this is what I have:

[code] <?
                        $fullpath = $_SERVER["PHP_SELF"];
                        $filename = substr(strrchr($fullpath, "/"), 1);
                        echo $filename

?>[/code]


When it echos the $filename it prints out : pagename.php

How can I echo just "pagename" without the .php tag?

Your help is always appreciated and I'll keep looking in the meantime!

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I think everytime I have a problem I'm just going to immediately come post in here because within minutes of posting I ALWAYS find the answer.

In case you are wondering, too:
[code] <?

                        $clean = explode("/",$_SERVER["SCRIPT_NAME"]);
                        $clean=explode(".",$clean[1]);
                        $clean=$clean[0];
                        echo $clean;


?>[/code]

That will do it again!

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Nevermind...still looking for an anwer.  :(

That just gives me part of the page title.  What in the heck?


Anyone have an answer that works? :)

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wow this is simple. don't make posts every 10 minutes just because you haven't gotten an answer yet. try something like this.

[code]
<?php
$string = "filename.php";
$string = rtrim($string, ".php");
echo $string;
?>
[/code]

i tested that and it worked.

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