Maybe I'm missing something...but why not do this with PHP (seeing as
how this is a PHP list)?
ereg_replace('(\r|\n)', ' ', $string)
Just a thought
On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 12:01:46 -0400, Michael Cortes
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> I found part of the answer......
> when doing a search in vim you can hit ctrl-m as long as you hit ctrl-v first.
> ctrl-v tells vim to treat the following as a character, not to do the action
> i.e... carriage return.
> Now I need just one more piece, if anyone has the answer:
> ctrl-m is a carriage return. Does anyone know what ctrl seqence is line feed?
> On Thursday 19 August 2004 09:49 am, Michael Cortes wrote:
> > That didn't work. Here's why. This is not a dos file. It is a unix file
> > but when dumping the data from my db, some fields had a trailing CR and LF.
> > So what I ended up with was a ^M showing in the middle of a line when I
> > open the file in vim. And... the lines will also end where they shouldn't.
> > What is supposed to be one line, then continues on the next.
> > While dos2unix did strip out the ^m, it left the LF (is it return or
> > linefeed in unix) at the end of the line, starting a new one.
> > I need to actually do a search on ^M followed by LF and replace it with
> > nothing so I get my full line back. But I don't know how to enter in LF or
> > CR in a vim search string.
> > Hope this clarifies.....
> Michael Cortes
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