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Remove ^M characters at end of lines in vim

Here is how you remove that annoying ^M character in the file.
This happens if you Copy paste edit something in windows and open it in unix (my case ubuntu) 

:%s/{Ctrl+V}{Ctrl+M}//{Enter}

where {Ctrl+V }{Ctrl+M} stands for, you must press Ctrl+V and then Ctrl+M

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