I would like to remove <bpt *>*</bpt> and <ept *>*</ept> from the following string without using an XML parser.
The big <bpt i="1" x="1" type="bold"><b></bpt>black<ept i="1"></b></ept> <bpt i="2" x="2" type="ulined"><u></bpt>cat<ept i="2"></u></ept> sleeps.
Any regex in VB.NET or C# will do.
I presume you want to drop the tag entirely.
(<bpt .*?>.*?</bpt>)|(<ept .*?>.*?</ept>)
If that is so, then the ? after the * makes it non-greedy, so it will try to match as few characters as possible.
Try this code Snippet I found here: https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/27a8b7a8-8071-4bc1-bbd4-e7c1fc2bd8d7/windows-10-iot-core-how-do-you-create-a-tcp-server-and-client?forum=WindowsIoT
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