Michael on Wed, 23 Jun 1999 01:35:41 -0400 (EDT)

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Re: [Plug] removing ^M from emacs

>>  My reply to Son To's mail was: 
> I have code created on windows that I want use on emacs. the text file
> created on windows has a ^M at the end of the line when read in from
> emacs. How do I get rid of those ^M?

; goto top of buffer
M-x replace-string C-q C-m RET

The control-q will allow you to type control characters into the
input buffer.   


ps:  or you could use the dos2unix command.

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