Wrangling with SQL regular expressions

I have been doing some data wrangling recently. One problem I worked through was how to find all the instances of a new line character that had made it’s way into our database.

After some researching the query looked like this

Then I asked myself if I could strip out this character. Hmm.. So I came up with this –

I would have liked to use this in an update statement but I couldn’t crack that last piece of the puzzle. Can you?

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