‘^M’ character at end of lines

Question :

‘^M’ character at end of lines,

Answer :

When I run a particular SQL script in Unix environments, I’m am seeing a ‘^M’ character at the end of each line of the SQL script as it is echoed to the command-line. I don’t know on which OS the SQL script was originally created.

What is causing this and how do I fix it?


It’s caused by the DOS/Windows line-ending characters. Like Andy Whitfield said, the Unix command dos2unix will help fix the problem. If you want more information, you can read the man pages for that command.

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