Substituting ^M characters in Vim

Windows uses different line ending characters than Unix (Linux). To remove annoying ^M in Vim (this is how Vim displays those characters), we can use the following command:

1,%s/^M//g

Note: don’t enter ^M directly; we need to type 1,%s/CTRL+V CTRL+m//g

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