Getting rid of ^M in Vim

If you work in multiple environments, you might open the same document using a DOS file format(Windows) or a unix file format, you might see your document littered with ^M. Don’t panic, a simple fix, in command mode, is:

:%s/\r//g (courtesy of Vim online).

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