replacing ^M with emacs
derek at computinginnovations.com
Fri Oct 27 19:45:27 UTC 2006
Those ^M's are the MS-DOS EOL character. You can use sed, or tr to remove
them via a commandline pipe.
At 02:26 PM 10/27/2006, Noah wrote:
>It appears that a text editor placed a bunch on ^M throughout a text file
>I am working with. I assure this is equivalent to eh keystroke control-M.
>How might I get emacs to search replace
>also is there a mail list focused specifically on emacs usability?
>please refer me to it?
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