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Why does my Regex.Replace string contain the replacement value twice?


There are actually 2 matches in your Regex. You defined your match like this:

string match = "(.*)";

It means match zero or more characters, so you have 2 matches - empty string and your text. In order to fix it change the pattern to

string match = "(.+)";

It means match one or more characters - in that case you will only get a single match


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