What's the regular expression that matches a square bracket?
\\[, or simply
Are you escaping it with
Here's a helpful resource to get started with Regular Expressions:
In general, when you need a character that is "special" in regexes, just prefix it with a
\. So a literal
[ would be
If you're looking to find both variations of the square brackets at the same time, you can use the following pattern which defines a range of either the
[ sign or the
If you want to match an expression starting with
[ and ending with
does it work with an antislash before the
If you want to remove the
[ or the
], use the expression:
The two backslashes escape the square bracket and the pipe is an "or".