Do find and replace Carriage returns in txt

I have a txt which has a bunch of extra carriage returns.  Below is an example of part of it. How can I get rid of the blank rows?


"4264294999330246","1","0600355","06",20060208,20060209,"02","","4914 PEPYS LN APT A","284032839","000002494DFDF","NC","NEW FDFD","CsFE","JADFD","HDFDFDEIN","AKA DFDF","","","","WILMINGTON","NC","S","DFD","DFD

"4264294999330246","1","0600355","06",20060208,20060209,"02","","4914 PEPYS LN APT A","284032839","000002494","WILSON","NC","NEW HADFDR","DFD","JDFD","HDFDF","AKA DFD","","","","WILMINGTON","NC","S","DFDPC","DFDSR","5725 OLDFFDR DR STE

"4264294999330246","1","0600355","06",20060208,20060209,"02","","4914 PEPYS LN APT A","284032839","SS","NEW "4264294999330246","1","0600355","06",20060208,20060209,"02","","SSLN APT A","284032839","SSNEW GSRYS "4264294999330246","1","0600355","06",20060208,20060209,"02","","4914 PEPYS LN APT A","284032839","000002494","SSNC","NEW HASSVER","CASSE","JASSNESS","SS","","","","SSINGTON","NC","S","SSPC","SS
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campbelcCommented:
Depending on the language you are using for this, you would want to look for Chr(13) and Chr(10) and delete them. Chr(13) and Chr(10) are carriage return and line feed.
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TomeeboyCommented:
Are you wanting to do this in ASP/Vbscript?  That's what I'm guessing from your other questions.  I'm pretty sure you could just use the Replace function, like so:

Replace(YourString,"\r","")

You might need to do:

Replace(YourString,"\r\n","") if these are Windows carriage returns.

If you still end up with extra white space that you want completely removed:

Replace(YourString," ","")

Hope that helps!
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ebrandelCommented:
Here's what I use:

If the string is contained in varString:

varString = Replace(varString,vbCrLf,"")

vbCrLf = visual basic Carriage return Line feed
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ebrandelCommented:
Glad I cold help.
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