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QuestionString.Replace() & Regex.Replace() not working Pin
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Regexes can get quite complicated, and many characters are "special" - they tell the expression engine to do something specific.
'+' is one of them: it means "One or more of the previous item":
^A\d+B$
Will match an 'A' followed by any number of digits other than zero, then a 'B'.
If you need to use a "special character" as a literal charcater, you need to escpae it by prefixing it with a backslash:
^A\d\+B$
Will match an 'A' followed by a single of digit, then a '+', then a 'B'.
A1+B will match, A12B will not.

If you are going to use regexes, the get a copy of Expresso[^] - it's free, and it examines and generates Regular expressions.
It'll help you a lot!
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