How to remove brackets using sed?

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How to remove enclosing brackets from a sentence using sed:

Suppose the sentence is: Hi (hello). How are you?

Then the result should be: Hi hello. How are you?
Feb 12 in Linux Administration by Jisha
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Try this:

sed 's/[()]//g' <<< Hi(hello).How are you?
answered Feb 12 by Omkar
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