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textpad regex replace between 2 quotes

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I am using textpad and need to delete everything within quotes like below.

this is the current code
<OrderDocumentCode Code="00000000" />

this is what i need it to look like.
<OrderDocumentCode Code="" />

There are other quotes in the document so it would need to include the tag OrderDocumentCode

Thanks in advance
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Question by:jacobJL
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Find what: (<OrderDocumentCode Code=\")([0-9].+)(\" />)
Replace with: \1\3
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by:jacobJL
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Thanks for the response. I am getting cannot find regular expression. Please see screen shot
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by:NVIT
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Move your cursor to the top of the file. Then try again
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by:jacobJL
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still didn't work.
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by:jacobJL
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here is a sample file if that helps
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by:NVIT
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Configure, Preferences, Editor. Check "Use POSIX..."
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by:Dan Craciun
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Why not simply:
Find what: <OrderDocumentCode Code="\d*" />
Replace with: <OrderDocumentCode Code="" />

You're basically deleting something, so the groups are not really necessary.

HTH,
Dan
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This solution combined with Configure, Preferences, Editor. Check "Use POSIX..." worked. Thank you so much.
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@Dan: Thanks for that. I tend to forget the simple things. *sigh*
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