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Default Removing @domain.com from a Request.Form(string)

I am wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction to remove the @domain.com from someones email address as they enter it into a form field to be place in database as just their username. Help would be greatly appreciated.



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You can use regular expressions to remove this:

Regex.Replace(strEmail, "@\.+", "")

Alternatively, you look in the email string for the "@", and use the left to get everything else:

strEmail = left(strEmail, Instr(strEmail, "@") - 1)

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