In the Vim documentation, it says that \r "matches < CR >", however for the result of replacement I could not find in the documentation a description of what it does. For example, imagine this:
On a unix system I know that this will replace newlines (0x0A) with newlines (0x0A) because on unix systems pressing < CR > produces a 0x0A.
However, what does it do on a Windows system? Will it replace 0x0A with 0x0A 0x0D (the Windows end of line)?