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If you didnt want to get into the Regex, another option would be to break the string out into individual rows using the @Text to Columns' tool from that you just add a Unique tool after it then Cross Tab back to return the rows to a string
They was only one character for each record before it was summarised but after it was summarised (concatenated), the characters were combined into one string regardless of whether they were unique or duplicate values.
I tried using this expression to remove duplicate values within the same cell after concatenating rows. It does not seem to be working though. How would I modify this to remove strings that are multiple words and not just single character strings?