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On Windows a linebreak consists of two characters: carriage return and line feed, so you have to search for \r\n</li> and replace with just </li>.


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If you are in a bat file, you can del find_s_dos.txt for /f "delims=" %%i in (find_s.txt) do @echo %%i>>find_s_dos.txt


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TTT is right that your file should be in unix format. If you don't mind the order, you can pipe the output to sort first. Otherwise need another utility. FINDSTR /I /N "<sdk:extra>" addon.xml | sort > find_s.txt



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