in reply to Regex To Remove File Extension

that is because you told it to take everything after a dot using a "greedy" match. You want a "non-greedy", using the ? modifier. try: /\..*?$/, alternately you could use /\.[^.]+$/ to remove a dot followed by one or more non-dot characters at the end of the string

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