Date: Wed Oct 22 2003 - 04:01:40 CST
> > all of the CR LF CRLF LFCR should mark an "end of line".)
> All of CR, LF, <CR, LF>, NEL, LS, PS, and EOF(!). (Assuming that the
I was still staying within the ASCII and \r \n discussion, but yes,
if one goes Latin 1 / Unicode the NEL and LS PS (why not FF, then?),
and of course EOF.
> encoding of the text file is recognised.)
> Don't know about <LF, CR>. I think that should be two line ends.
That's a good question: is it a case of mixing different EOLs in the
same file, or a question of a \r\n emitted by MacOS Classic?
> /kent k
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