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I'm trying to automatically globally search through a file in a Windows system and replace certain strings with the found string, plus a carriage return (^r^n, or something like that). Here is what I'm using, but it doesn't work.


In other words, I want to open up a new line following every occurrence of the string. Any ideas? Also, ^r^n may be overkill. I just want a windows-style new-line.

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You want \r


I'm unsure what you expect to be matched by \d\+\. - a series of digits followed by a literal period (AKA full stop) or decimal point.

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