Edit file on Windows, shows ^M on each line on Linux

Jeff Schroeder jeff at zingstudios.com
Fri Apr 13 10:20:25 MDT 2007


> :%s/(ctrl)M//g
>
> That'll fix it.

Actually, I think you'll have to type

:%s/(control-V)(control-M)//

The control-V will "escape" the next character.  If you don't type it, 
vi will interpret the control-M as an [enter] and run your command 
immediately.  Also, you don't technically need the "g" at the end 
because there will only be one control-M per line.

$0.02,
Jeff
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