Need to remove a bunch of single ' and double " from some text strings. I'm using C# 2013 to loop the DB and the only real catch stopping me from using a simple replace is the fact I need the single ' and double " to remain if the the value on the left is a number. I'm assuming this can be done with a negative lookback, but I'm not have much luck. Here is a sample string.
Yes, a negative lookback should be what you need:
Also, if you'd like an explanation of lookaround, you might take a look at the article I wrote on the subject (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Regular_Expressions/A_4318-Regular-Expression-Lookaround-Demystified.html).
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What my article will show is if you ever had to do processing to a listbox without being able to just select all the items in it.
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