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Published: Oct 09 2012 / 09:53

Linux text files and Windows text files differ from each other in an important aspect. They have a different way to indicate the end of a line. Sometimes, when opening a text file on Linux, you see a ^M here and there. This means that the text file contains Windows-like line breaks. This solution describes how to convert a Windows-like text file to a Linux-like one, and the other way around.
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