This screenshot http://bit.ly/2iRzxq9 is of data I imported into Emeditor. Two questions
1. How can I get the arrow circled in Red to point downward like the arrows circled in Blue?
2. Also, what do these arrows mean exactly?
You can enable the visibility via “View > Marks > Returns” … and “CR and LF with different Marks”.
There should be only one type of that EOL-markers in one file: DOS/Windows (CRLF) -or- Unix (LF).
To change that EOL setting, utilizing “File > Save as…” and chose the wanted line endings from the drop-down menu in that dialog.
The last one (LEFT ARROW) is the EOF (end of file) mark. This file shows that the last line is NOT terminated with a newline. You will might want to type ENTER at the end of the file to have consistent newlines at every line.
Yutaka, I typed in ENTER as you mentioned and it worked great. However, how can I get the ENTER text I typed in to NOT show up as text in the file?
The reason I want it to NOT show up is that I’m merging two files large files together (via the Tools>Split/Combine>Combine-Documents-into-a-single-file feature) and I don’t want the resulting file the have the ENTER text in it.