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how do i strip all tags incl quotes cdata - Regex.Replace

Posted on 2009-05-11
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Hi,
I have the following which works great and strips all the html tags from my xml file where applicable:

Dim sMetaDesc As String = Regex.Replace(XPath("summary"), "<[^>]+>", "")

But I also need it to be able to remove quotes  "" .

What should the statement look like to do this?

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try this (can't test it right now):

Dim sMetaDesc As String = Regex.Replace(XPath("summary"), "(""|<[^>]+>)", "")

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perfect!
thanks
Tania
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