Unix Tip #4491- June 28, 2013


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FINDING CONTROL CHARACTERS


To find out the control
characters in a file, we
can use following two methods:

% cat -vet filename

or edit the file using vi:

:set list

This tip generously supported by: tb.unnikrishnan@citicorp.com

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