I knew that one Jon but thanks for looking it up for me.
What i need to know is if there is a way to do this without involving unix commands 
like "perl" "sed" "dos2unix" etc etc.
I need to know if there is a simple way to do this with just php and not some regexp 
I want to know if there is a built in function of some kind that will do this.


-----Original Message-----
From: Jon Farmer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: den 5 september 2001 11:44
To: Johan Vikerskog (EMP); php_list
Subject: Re: [PHP] Carriage return.

> My php script is generating a file that is saved in Unix format.
> I automatically get the "^M" in the end of everyline. Is there a way
> of saving this without getting the "^M" in the end of each line?

/usr/bin/perl -npe 's/\r\n/\n/g' filename

will remove the Ctrl-M characters for you. You could call it straight after
the line that generates the file.



Jon Farmer
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