Using Find command and Regex to search / replace text

Hello,

I cannot get this line to work connectly.  I am pretty sure it is because I do not know Regular Expressions well enough.  

find . -iname '*.proerties' -exec perl -pi -w -e 's/<a target="_new" href="http://www.mydomain.com">mydomain</a>/nodomain/g;' {} \;


Can anyone help?

Thanks!

Rrandy
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ozoCommented:
find . -iname '*.proerties' -exec perl -pi -w -e 's/<a target="_new" href="http:\/\/www.mydomain.com">mydomain<\/a>/nodomain/g;' {} \;
or to avoid all the "leaning toothpicks"
find . -iname '*.proerties' -exec perl -pi -w -e 's#<a target="_new" href="http://www.mydomain.com">mydomain</a>#nodomain#g;' {} \;
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rjohnsonjrAuthor Commented:
Thanks!  Please look for my questions over the next week, I will have more questions like this.
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