troubleshooting Question

Keep first 150 chars of string

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If I have an incoming string.  How can I use regex or something else to take that string, and keep only the first 150 chars and also exclude any HTML, line-feed, carriage returns, or tabs?

I am working on cleaning some of our descriptons and not sure the best methods to do this and how I'd go about it.

example incoming string:

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