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Re: Strip line feeds from fileby cbro (Pilgrim)
|on Jun 09, 2003 at 20:20 UTC||Need Help??|
Make a perl script (yourscript.pl) that contains the line:
against your file...say file.txt.
That is how you edit a file in-place. You will have your old file as file.txt.tmp to do a comparison and confirm it worked if you want.
You could also do this for each line if you read the file into an array.
Well, it seems I was a little slow on the typing, other than the other posts do not contain the '\f'. You may have wanted to include this as a reply on your last post cuz now that one is going to get unneeded attention.