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You can use string split method on val:

var val = "http://test.com/test/john/1/2/3";
var parts = val.split('/');

Parts now has each part of the URL in an array, with the last 4 entries being 'john', '1', '2' and '3'.


You could also do a string replace, if 'http://test.com/test/" is always going to be exactly that

var val = "http://test.com/test/john/1/2/3";
var params = val.replace('http://test.com/test/', '');

They're 2 very basic ways to manipulate the URL string

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