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Does anybody have a good data-table editor out there that handles basic ASCII tab- or comma-delimited files intelligently? I have numerous ideas for one, but haven't gotten into application creation yet. I hope to someday do it as a learning project in Cocoa if I don't find such a program first. 4 comment(s)
Unix uses a newline, Mac uses a carriage return, and DOS/Windows uses both. A perl command that will fix it: perl -pe 's/\r/\n/g;'
Thanks guys. The $/ thing is what I was trying to remember/intuit. But I'm sure Seth's snippet will come in handy sometime.
`man perlvar` for that and other exciting special variables. Also, try to `use English` and use the long names. It makes the code more readable.Add a comment...
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