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RegEx Removal of Chinese Characters

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I have a strange REGEX Request. I would like to clear out all of these chinese characters from my file. Im already not good with regex, and I would like to do this using RegEx within visual studio find/replace (current document) if possible.

Basically the search string would be like this: BEFORE

Note: This window shows the chinese characters as upside down questionmarks

 <nomenclature name="sCharge_Account_String" value="Charge Account/ ¿¿¿¿:"/>

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AFTER

 <nomenclature name="sCharge_Account_String" value="Charge Account:"/>

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So I want to clear everything between the "/" and the ":" but include the "/"
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I found the answer
/[^\u0000-\u0080]+
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