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I have a link:

mywebsite/in-5-55-hello-everybody-4-you/‎
mywebsite/in-4-54-hi-i-3-trr/‎

redirect to

mywebsite/hello-everybody-4-you/‎
mywebsite/hi-i-3-trr/‎

Can you give me a regex code to redirect, please ?

Thank you very much ! Sorry for my bad English !

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Have you tried creating it on your own ? – Ankit Mishra Jun 16 '13 at 8:37
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The part of the path which is to be matched (and removed) is in[0-9-]* in followed by any number of numeric digits or -.

e.g.

echo "mywebsite/in-5-55-hello-everybody-4-you/‎" | sed 's/in[0-9-]*//'
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