|Subject:||Using a newline character in the newstring in M-x replace-regexp|
|Date:||Thu, 14 Aug 2008 15:31:03 -0400|
I've got one more quick question for you guys. The string I'd like to use as the newstring in M-x replace-regexp contains a few newline characters. Normally, I insert newlines by typing C-q C-j, but this doesn't work when calling this function. How do you specify a newline character when making a call to M-x replace-regexp?
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