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Re: Grep can't match characters before EOL marker without ^M

On 2018-01-03 10:31, David Karr wrote:
> If I have a text file that has a line that ends with "abc", and I try to grep
> for "abc$", it doesn't match. I find that it does match "$" and "abc^M$".
> I've read some of the documentation about line endings in Cygwin.
> I need to write some scripting that works on both Cygwin and Linux.
> What do I need to do here?

Use grep '...[[:cntrl:]]\?$' to match, d2u|dos2unix or sed 's/\r$//' to remove.

Take care. Thanks, Brian Inglis, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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