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Search and replace \n in string
Joined: Mar 21, 2008
Dec 05, 2008 14:37:00
I need to remove all \n from a
so that its output on one line. I can do this using the following
however, to improve the code and its portability i was wondering how I could use unicode to do this.
Joined: Oct 13, 2005
Dec 05, 2008 14:59:00
Good idea to think about portability and other operating systems
There is a list of possible line-end characters in the
class; look for "line terminators." You can create a
to match them.
That might be one way to solve your problem.
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