Re: text file from Linux to windows.
There are more intelligent text editors for Window$ than notepad.
Try using one called Textpad. http://www.textpad.com . It intelligently
detects if the file was saved on a Unix, windows, or Mac system and
correctly displays the contents. I am registered user of Textpad from
days when I used to do Circuit Board design, back when I could still
get a position doing that. I needed a text editor that could read in
files from, and save back out to, the Sun Sparc stations the company
I worked for had, plus it needed to have a decent search mode.
Google for what might be best suited for what you want to use it for.
Well there you are. Hope this helps.
On Friday, 30 May 2008 12:26 am, L.V.Gandhi wrote:
> I have made a text file in Linux using echo and cat commands. When I
> open the file in note pad, I find files are not having line break, but
> having a character in place of line break. Is there any way in echo
> and cat commands usage to put windows line break?
> linux user No.205042
Walt L. Williams