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134524Re: New line not recognized

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  • taco
    Nov 16, 2012
      On 11/16/2012 11:18 PM, Marco wrote:
      > Hi!
      >
      > I received a text file with tab-separated values. However, the
      > entire file is displayed in one line and vim shows ^M symbols
      > all over the text, which are U+000d characters (CR).
      >
      > I ran a search-replace to replace them with <CTRL-V><CR> and the
      > file displays as it should. But what's the cause? Is the file
      > malformed? I thought CR is the usual way of encoding a line ending.
      > What do I need to change to make vim display the file correctly
      > without changing it?
      >
      > What system might have saved the file? Usually I never have any
      > problems opening files from Windows or Mac.
      >
      > The file in question can be downloaded here:
      > http://freeshell.de/~mpfusion/1.txt (15 KiB)
      >
      > VIM - Vi IMproved 7.3 (2010 Aug 15, compiled Nov 12 2012 19:41:47)
      > Included patches: 1-712
      >
      > on Debian Linux
      >
      >
      > Marco
      >
      >
      it is windows format , use dos2unix convert it to unix.

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