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You cannot put $1 in the 3rd parameter to REGEX_REPLACE -- that
parameter is an integer, it can only contain numbers.
Also, the [A-Za-z] would be correct -- these are the characters you wish
to replace, and they are to be replaced with a '' (empty string). So
the letters would be removed.
Changing it to have a caret in front [^A-Za-z] would do the opposite of
what he wants -- it'd remove anything aside from A-Z.
Please take a moment to test out your suggestions before posting them.
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lot of time.
On 7/11/2022 11:39 AM, Javier Sanchez wrote:
I think what's wrong is probably the last parameter which should be $1 not
The other thing is that what you may need is to remove the characters, so
you should put a caret character before a set l[A-za-z]'.
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