Date: Wed Oct 22 2003 - 01:25:41 CST
> So this legacy encoding of end-of-lines is now quite obsolete
> even on MacOS.
I don't think it can be called "obsolete" as long as files generated using
that line end convention exist. Or, at least, applications that have an
operation for "read a line" will have to cope with it. (In other words,
all of the CR LF CRLF LFCR should mark an "end of line".)
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