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As a side-note, another way to achieve your second request would be with a RegEx tool
Your captured group is whatever is in brackets, so you only want to keep everything (symbol for that is .* in Regex) that is after a dash (-). However, because you want to keep everything after the final dash of your string, you have to add .* at the front of your expression.
That .* is greedy, so it will automatically take you to the final instance of a dash.
Hopefully that makes sense although I'm conscious it probably wasn't the best of explanations.