How to remove trailing slash in a file path on linux shell

We sometime may require to remove a trailing slash entered by a user as part of some file path in linux systems. The trailing slash can be removed using pattern matching


ex :


$ MYPATH=/home/user1/desktop/


$ echo ${MYPATH%/}


The output will be like :   /home/user1/desktop


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