[lug] File conversion question

Chip Atkinson chip at pupman.com
Thu Nov 18 17:30:53 MST 2004

There are two commands that are probably what you are looking for:


On Thu, 18 Nov 2004, Paul E Condon wrote:

> I have come into the posession of a large number of text files
> that have a ^M where there should be a \n character. What is the
> 'well known' trick for conversion to UNIX-tradition format using
> POSIX commands? 
> I don't think I ever knew this, so I won't pretend to have forgotten.
> -- 
> Paul E Condon           
> pecondon at mesanetworks.net
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