Is it possible to see non-printable chars ( LF CRLF ) ? Windows platform

Things I have tried

I imported a txt file from linux where by some mishap I do not have any “LF” or “CRLF”
but I have the sentences terminated correctly by “.” …
I know there is a CSS hack that can show “spaces” but as far as I understand it is cosmetic only …

What I’m trying to do

Is there any way to replace the simple . with “CRLF” or similar ?
Any ideas of how can I execute that besides using REgExp ?

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