TimRude Posted March 19 Share Posted March 19 (edited) String Regular Expressions are a mystical art that I can't quite wrap my head around. But I think they're the best thing to use for what I need. I want to take a string of text and remove any instances of <a ...> and </a> tags from it. (The <a...> tags might be <a href=whatever> or <a id=whatever> tags.) I just want to replace any of those tags found with nothing, deleting them from the string of text. I feel like StringRegExpReplace is likely the function I need to use, but I have no clue what incantations it takes to make it do this. Any regexp gurus want to lend a hand? Edited March 19 by TimRude Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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