The 'Unescape String' online tool is an online utility for unescaping strings – reverting escaped sequences back to their original characters. With this tool, you can effortlessly restore formatted text, such as newline (\n) or tab (\t) sequences, to their natural state. Moreover, if you've employed the CRLF format, our tool offers the convenience of restoring carriage returns for a comprehensive unescaping experience.
This tool functions by detecting escaped sequences within text and converting them back to their original unescaped state. It simplifies the process of reverting characters like line breaks and tabs to their natural forms, ensuring clarity and readability.
CRLF stands for "Carriage Return Line Feed." It's a character sequence used to represent the end of a line of text in computing. In simple terms, it signals the start of a new line and helps format text properly when displayed or stored in files. It is also represented by - \r\n