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how to print a new line character

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How to print a new line character . Is it chr(13) || chr(10)?

Nov 12 '05 #1
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Its chr(10).

Nov 12 '05 #2

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vj wrote:
How to print a new line character . Is it chr(13) || chr(10)?

There is no new line character. What you are refering as New Line is in
fact a *pair* of two control characters CR LF:

Name Hex Long Name
CR 0x0D Carriage Return
LF 0x0A Line Feed
In DOS/Windows world End-of-Line is represent as CR LF (0x0D0A) while
in Unix world End-of-Line is represented by LF alone (0x0A).


In Ascii there are several control characters; there are also 4 special
separators called:
Name Hex Long Name
FS 0x1C Field Separator
GS 0x1D Group Separator
RS 0x1E Record Separator
US 0x1F Unit Separator
Jan M. Nelken
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