DOS, Unix, and Macintosh all define the end-of-line for plain text differently. I found myself getting and sending text to and from too many kinds of computers. So I wrote three programs to allow me to convert anything to anything. You can use them from the DOS command line, or you can just drag files on them (or shortcuts to them) for conversion. Sorry, source code isn't available on these.
LF-CRLF Converts anything (Unix
or Apple) to the DOS standard CRLF.
CRLF-CR Converts DOS text to the Apple standard CR.
CRLF-LF Converts DOS text to the Unix standard LF.
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