Remove numbers from strings with Regex.Replace. Use the digits metacharacter to match numbers.
Regex.Replace, numbers. Regex can match numeric characters. This helps with certain requirements. Some programs need to remove digit character to clean up input data. The "\d" metacharacter matches digit characters.
And: Conversely the "\D" metacharacter matches non-digit characters. Uppercase means "not."
Discussion. There are many possible requirements when dealing with numbers embedded in strings. Several useful methods are available in the .NET Framework, such as char.IsDigit and int.TryParse.char.IsDigitint.Parse
Summary. You can remove number characters in strings using the C# language. This requirement is extremely common and the code here was taken from a release program developed by me. We proved the method's correctness on simple input.
Finally: We explored performance issues and other tasks related to numbers in strings.