Write a program or function that, given a string, will strip it of zalgo, if any exists.
For this post, zalgo is defined as any character from the following Unicode ranges:
- Combining Diacritical Marks (0300–036F)
- Combining Diacritical Marks Extended (1AB0–1AFF)
- Combining Diacritical Marks Supplement (1DC0–1DFF)
- Combining Diacritical Marks for Symbols (20D0–20FF)
- Combining Half Marks (FE20–FE2F)
- May be passed via command line arguments, STDIN, or any other standard method of input supported by your language
- Will be a string that may or may not contain zalgo or other non-ASCII characters
Output should be a string that does not contain any zalgo.
Input -> Output HE̸͚ͦ ̓C͉Õ̗͕M͙͌͆E̋̃ͥT̠͕͌H̤̯͛ -> HE COMETH C͉̊od̓e͔͝ ̆G̀̑ͧo͜l͔̯͊f͉͍ -> Code Golf aaaͧͩa͕̰ȃ̘͕aa̚͢͝aa͗̿͢ -> aaaaaaaaa ññ -> ñn ⚡⃤ -> ⚡
As this is code-golf, shortest answer in bytes wins.