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String s= "copy (x copy(y,z), left(s,4) ) and update(m)";
Any idea of removing every bracketed expression from the above String, using regular expressions? I need the final result as
"copy (x copy(y,z), left(s,4) ) and update(m)". I'm wondering to do that with String.replaceAll(String,String) method, but couldn't make an appropriate regular expression for that.
I know we can simply do that by manually coding it with loops and conditions. Just interested to know if it is possible to do so with regular expressions. Any thoughts?