I can’t believe I’ve never had to do this before: replace a string of one
or more characters in a buffer with a single newline. But how to tell
Emacs the replace text is a literal newline? The obvious escape characters
\n don’t work. After googling, turns out the answer is deceptively simple:
Not exactly intuitive, but kinda sorta makes sesnse in an Emacsian way. Weird how I’ve never had to do this before, but today I needed to do this twice!