Line-Break Conversion Utility
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The Line-Break Conversion utility allows you to convert the line-breaks of the input file from one type to another.
No filter is used by this utility any text-based files can be processed. Do not use this utility on files that are not text-based (for example GIF or EXE files). Such files would get irreversibly corrupted.
The common parameters are the options specified from the application calling the utility rather than in the options dialog box of the utility itself. For this utility the common parameters you need to specify are the following:
|Files of the first input list||- Needed (the files to convert)|
|Root for the first input list||- Not Needed|
|Files of the second input list||- Not Needed|
|Root for the second input list||- Not Needed|
|Files of the third input list||- Not Needed|
|Root for the third input list||- Not Needed|
|Input language||- Not Needed|
|Output language||- Not Needed|
|Input default encoding||- Not Needed|
|Output default encoding||- Not Needed|
|Location and names for output files||- Needed|
The line-break type of the input file is detected automatically. For the type of line-break of the output file, you need to select one of the following options:
Windows/DOS -- Select this option to generate files with Windows/DOS line-breaks: Carriage-return + Line-feed (0x0D+0x0A).
Unix/Linux -- Select this option to generate files with Unix line-breaks: Line-feed (0x0A).
Macintosh -- Select this option to generate files with Macintosh line-breaks: Carriage-return (0x0D).
Fix invalid sequences into a single line-break -- Set this option to convert invalide-looking sequences (e.g. 0x0D+0x0D+0x0A) into into a single line-break.