You know when you copy a row from a table and paste it into another one it is in the correct place. So what is the character that is between cell values when this operation is performed.
Eg. I have this text:
Phone (P), Email (E), Home (H) and if I replace all the
\n and paste the text in a tabular formant in Pages/Word/Excel, it is interpreted as a column.
To replace the string with new line I used:
> pbpaste | tr -s ', ' '\n' | pbcopy
\n\n but they're still pasted as a row.
Next I tried copying it in a row and printing on the terminal using (
gcat because I'm on macOS):
> pbpaste | gcat -A a^Ib^Ic⏎
Reading the docs it says:
display TAB characters as ^I
\t doesn't do it. Does anyone know what character this is and how I can replace a comma with it to paste a row?