[SATLUG] searching for a hexvalue with vi
demeler at biochem.uthscsa.edu
Thu Dec 20 20:02:30 CST 2007
> Great, I am glad you have solved it.
> I would have suggested searching for non-standard ascii characters.
> s/[^ -~]//g
> Search for a space through a tilde and replace it with nothing.
That gets rid of everything.
> Also, the next time you try to save the excel document in CVS format make
> sure that it is in ascii CVS format.
I actually did that...there was a save as DOS cvs and text cvs - I tried both,
no change. I actually didn't do it since I don't have excel, but the person who
sent me the file said they did save it in 2 or 3 csv export options. Not sure if
there was one there called ascii CVS.
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Thanks for the pointers!
> Luis Garza
> Borries Demeler wrote:
> >> I accidentally typed "Ctrl - c" instead of "Ctrl - v". I apologize
> >> for=20
> >> adding confusion to your problem.
> >> -Kase
> > Bingo!! That did it :-)
> > Thanks so much for helping me through it - problem solved!
> > -b.
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