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Remove newlines from string

How can I remove all newlines from a string?
ie:
$a = "whatever including newlines";
$a =~ /whatever without newlines/;
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Lee5
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ahoffmannCommented:
  chop $a;
or
   chomp $a;
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ahoffmannCommented:
oops, if they are not at end of string:

   $a =~ s/[\r\n]+//;

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Lee5Author Commented:
The oops did the trick
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