C# - Sharepoint Retrieving Username Without Domain Or Programmatically Removing Domain

Aug 16, 2010

Im returning the username from sharepoint site as a string. This is done successfully with the below code but I also get the domain with it. How can I only return the username and not the domain either through sharepoint or programmatically removing it? domain/username


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