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I've got a html file which contains lines with <a href="blablabla">interesting text</a>

How can I open this html file and delete all occurences of <a href="bliblibli"> and </a>

"blablabla and bliblibli are just examples, it are random words.

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perl -pe 's#<a href="bliblibli">[^<]*</a>##i;' file
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perl -i.bak -pe "s#</?a\b[^>]*># #gi;" file
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