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Generation of Regex for Perl script and delete

I want to generate regex for this kind of expression and want to find and replace.

like :
----> [-reset, enable;+-]

basically i want to find anything that match a pattern like this [-any string with or without space-] and remove the whole thing
Please looking for some suggestions

Last edited by utkarshkhanna44; 06-12-2019 at 08:35 AM..
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$ echo '[string 1 ] apple [ string 2]' | perl -pi -e ' s/[[][^]]*]//g; '

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