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When testing your new Regex_Replace on just that string of characters, it works. So, my thought is that within the IF/THEN/ELSEIF, that particular line is matching first to another Regex_Match in a previous ELSEIF.
If you change the order of the IFs and ELSEIFs (maybe try putting the latest one first), does it work?
I tried changing the order of else if conditional statements and by putting the last one 1st I got the correct answer. So I think as you all said above regarding the problem I was facing it was totally true and Thank You for your kind support with the whole problem.