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Is there a standard way to translate text files
that contain the unix verse "dos" line feed return
difference?

line one\rline two\r\rParagraph start

to

line one\r\nline two\r\n\r\nParagraph start

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perl -pe 'BEGIN{ $/="\012"; $\="\015\012"} chomp' dosfile >unixfile
perl -pe 'BEGIN{ $/="\015\012"; $\="\012"} chomp' unixfile >dosfile
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