Date: Fri Oct 24 2003 - 05:43:09 CST
> > Still, I stand by saying that \n is defined in C++ as LF and \r as CR,
> > that's sitting in front of me in black and white.
> Yes, true. But that does *not* mean that (int)'\n' can be counted on to
> be 10
Of course, given that any of a variety of character encodings could be in use
any guarantee that (int)'\n' == 10 would violate the definition of \n as LF.
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