Replace CTRL+M in Unix/Linux environment

Here is simple tip to replace CTRL+M form text file in Unix/Linux environment:

Using Vim editor:

:s/^M/ /g

The above command will replace all ctrl+M with space character.
To enter ^M you are supposed to use Ctrl+V and Ctrl+M, not ^ and M.

Using sed command

sed 's/^M/ /g'

Here also you are supposed to use Ctrl+V and Ctrl+M, not ^ and M.

-Sany

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By Sandeep Posted in Linux

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