I have chunks of text that I need to remove, or simply replace with "".
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Here is a regexp that will match your pattern:
Explanation: The backslash (
\) will escape the character in front of it so that the engine will search for literally that character. This is needed because
) already have special meanings in the regexp syntax. Finally, the
.*? part means that it will match zero or more (
*) instances of any character (
.) in a "lazy" manner (
?), thus stopping at the first
)). An excellent resource for learning regex syntax: regular-expressions.info
Then, as you guessed, you should replace all matches with an empty string to remove them.