Matching everything between two delimiters in Regex is supported. In the examples below, the
] characters were used as example delimiters.
Match between characters using lookahead / lookbehind
Using lookbehind and lookahead, the following patterns will match between two delimiters:
Using regex101, the explanation can summarized as:
Match the non-greedy capture group
(.*?)that is preceded by a
[and is followed by
]but do not capture the delimiters.
Match between characters without lookahead / lookbehind
Without using lookbehind or lookahead, the following pattern will match contents between two delimiters including the delimiters:
Here is the regex101 link.
To remove the delimiters, the first captured group of each match will need to be used.