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Web expression 3 and find/replace with a regular expression

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
I'm am trying to  delete some code in a javascript

<a href="JavaScript:openPopImg('images/Burgess-Rufus1.jpg', 'Rufus Morgan Burgess', '296', '589')">  I want to delete  ', 'xxx', 'xxx')  throughout the web.  I can not get  a regular expression going that will work; .i.e.  ^(\'\, \'[0-9]{3,}\'\, \'[0-9]{3,}\' \)) Am I anywhere near right or is there another way to do this?  Thanks.

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