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Remove HTML Tag from a string using regular expression

Posted By:Amit Mehra       Posted Date: March 01, 2011    Points: 40    Category: Regular Expressions    URL: http://www.dotnetspark.com  

This code sample can be used to remove or strip html tags from the given string using Regular Expression in C# or VB.NET
 

This code remove all the HTML tags like , , etc..that means any word inside < or > will be removed.

You have to add using System.Text.RegularExpressions; Namespace to used below code because it used regular expression

    public static string RemoveHTMLTag(string text)
    {
        return Regex.Replace(text, @"<(.|\n)*?>", string.Empty);
    }

in VB.Net

Public Shared Function RemoveHTMLTag(text As String) As String
	Return Regex.Replace(text, "<(.|\n)*?>", String.Empty)
End Function



     

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