When reading a Windows log file in a Linux terminal, I see a strange symbol “001E”
How can I replace it by space? Maybe something like
sed -e 's/010e/ /'
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If you see these four hexadecimal digits in a box, it means your terminal's font does not cover that character. The hexadecimal notation tells you which character it is: U+001E, which is in the control character range — 1E is
If you want to replace it with a space, you can use
Using this answer as a reference:
I am not sure what is your character though... The screenshot suggests it is 0x001e but you have mentioned 0x010e. Whichever it is, you can just change the script above as needed.