Got a file off the internet that has screwey carriage-returns? Would you like to convert all those spaces in your source code to tabs without messing up the formatting or the stuff inside the quotes? Did you capture an interactive console session and get the backspaces and everything?
TRIMFILE is a handy command line utility with lots of switches for handling these and other character-level file conversions with precision. Just type TRIMFILE to see a screen showing all of the switches. Comes with documentation describing all of the options.
Designed as a command line utility. Should work fine in virtually any DOS box.
TRIMFILE.ZIP 18,952 bytes