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In Notepad++, how would I go about removing the content in brackets (brackets included).

4, Bone Powder,  (Ryu) 2000
7, Bone Powder,  (DC_Terminator) 5555
7, Bone Powder,  (The_Lion_Elder) 5000
5, Bone Powder,  (Franklin) 3500
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Use the following regular expression:

\(.*\)

regex 1


Note: If you would like to include the space following the closing bracket, you can simply add a single space character to the end of expression.

regex 2

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Good answer...but wouldn't the . you added at the end of the second regex pick up any character after the closing bracket rather than just a single space? – martineau Mar 15 '12 at 17:30
    
@martineau Oops. Correct! You can simply use a single space character. I'll update my answer. – iglvzx Mar 15 '12 at 17:37

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