** At 22:30 -0400 on 06/28/2009, Glen Barber wrote:
On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 10:27 PM, Aryeh M. Friedman wrote:
 What do you mean exactly?  What language(s)?  If I understand your
 question correctly, the C / C++ / Java / PHP (and I think Perl)
 >> 'newline' character is '\n'
 I meant what ascii character does \n actual correspond to (I assume <CR> but
 > just making sure)

No, CR is a carriage return, which is a \r in C, and is an ASCII 13 (hex 0D).

"Newline" is a line feed (LF), which is a \n in C, and is an ASCII 10 (hex 0A)

Oh.  IIRC, CR is the DOS way, and LR is the POSIX way.

Not exactly; CRLF is the DOS way, CR is the Macintosh way, and LF is Unix/Posix.


Vince Sabio                                                  vi...@vjs.org
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