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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Removing the ^M character in VI Post 20551 by Perderabo on Monday 29th of April 2002 09:13:44 AM
Old 04-29-2002
Re: Removing the ^M character in VI

Quote:
Originally posted by julesinbath


:1,$s/^V^M//g

The ^V is typed by holding the Control key and then typing a "v". It will display on your screen as just ^. Then you hold the Control key and type a "m". Actually, of course, you can depress the Control key, type v m, then release the control key. But you cannot literally type ^V^M.

My guess is that this is your problem.

BTW, % is a shortcut for 1,$, so here is what I use:
:%s/^V^M//g
 

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