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debuser
  Post  Post subject: Converting ^M characters to Unix new line  |  Posted: Sun Jul 18, 2010 11:20 am

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Converting ^M characters to Unix new line

Needed this when working with html/xml files that contain ^M characters and in VI they show up quite ugly.

Code:
$ tr '\015' '\n' < file_in > file_out


Be sure to make backups first.





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