|Subject:||[h-e-w] replacing NEWLINE or LFD|
|Date:||Thu, 18 Nov 2004 09:28:11 -0500|
I've seen it mentioned in various places how to search for an unprintable character such as a TAB or NEWLINE, but I have not been able to find reference on how to replace something with one of these characters.
Specifically, I have some text that has the NEWLINEs stripped out of the text and I would like to put it back. The text is formatted such that a regexp will suit my needs. The minibuffer accepts TABS from the TAB key, but RETURN ends the replacement sequence. '\n' does not work in the replacement field.
Thanks in advance
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