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Replace “<?php print t('Blabla'); ?>” to be “Blabla”

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( 5 months ago )

Lets say in file.php, there is lots of php print text: <?php print t('Blabla'); ?><?php print t('Text Here'); ?>, etc.

What I need is to remove <?php print t(' and '); ?> of the php print text.

So, <?php print t('Blabla'); ?> will become Blabla<?php print t('Text Here'); ?> will become Text Here, etc.

If one php print text in one line, I think I know how to use sed to replace, but how about if one long line contains several php print text

I just wonder how to replace it?

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