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I have some lines like:


I need to remove for example the lines with itunes:autor tag. I tried with "Search" (CTRL+F) - "Regex" selected: <itunes:author> .* , but it didn't work. Tried with itunes:author .*, no match either. What's the problem? How can I select those lines? Should I escape the < in some way to make the .* "trick" work?

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

The approach you describe does work, as below:

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I don't know why.. now it magically started working. I can't believe this! -.- – MultiformeIngegno Feb 11 '13 at 2:24
Might be the space in your regular expression. The expression you put in your question has a space character between "<itunes:author>" and ".*". Notepad++ searches for space character also. – SadullahCeran Feb 11 '13 at 16:35

Set search mode to regular expression and use this search string <itunes:author>.*

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