Easiest way is to use find/change, twice.
Find (( and change to (.
Repeat for )) and ).
Find \((?=\()|\)(?=\)) and leave the change field blank
Bob, Bob, Bob... GREP is much better.
I agree that it may be better but it’s more complicated. And I assumed that if the OP needed to ask, I’d provide the simplest method.
Replace by: $1
You girls arguing about the best method, made me laugh out loud.
Nice to see such enthusiasm!
Nobody is arguing. We all agree grep is the best, but for someone unfamiliar with it, the two find/change steps are way simpler.
In everyday language, Ockham's razor could be expressed by the phrase:
"Why complicate things when they can be simple?"
However, the simplicity in question here does't mean that the most simplistic assumption (without pejorative connotation!), the most obvious or the most conventional is necessarily good!
Not encourage users to truly focus on Grep is, imho, a mistake!
However, when a Grep solution is given, the Ockham's principle has no more reason to be: just copy/paste the code! … what lots of visitors alas do ! ...
But at least they no longer ignore that Grep exists and, maybe one day, they will dive into the sparkling world, according to some, of the incredible General Regular Expression Processor!