I have a string constructed from user keyboard types, so it might contain
'\b' characters (backspaces).
I want to clean the string, so that it will not contain the
'\b' characters, as well as the characters they are meant to erase. For instance, the string:
String str = "\bHellow\b world!!!\b\b\b.";
Should be printed as:
I have tried a few things with replaceAll, and what I have now is:
'\b' is handled fine, but multiples of it are ignored.
So, can I solve it with Java's regex?
I have seen this answer, but it seem to not apply for java's replaceAll.
Maybe I'm missing something with the verbatim string...