maxbre September 3, 2010 at 03:59:33 Specs: Windows XP, 1 Gb
is it possible to substitute in a text file what I'm presuming the carriage return linux style (appearing as a "small empty square") with corrispondent windows character by mean of a batch procedure? How to handle that problem by means of ascii codes? any help?
I need that that lines in my text file be separated by vbCr or vbCrLf (ASCII 13) characters. Because the file under question uses vbLf characters (ASCII 10) (Hex 0A, I presume), as is often the case with file created on non-Windows platforms, I need to convert the vbLf characters to vbCr characters. Is that possible by a batch? Hope now is more clear, thanks for your reply
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