From: Jill Ramonsky (Jill.Ramonsky@aculab.com)
Date: Fri Oct 24 2003 - 07:05:35 CST
I'm starting to think that Linux and Java have it right. Just use one
character. Keep it the same throughout. Sorted.
But ... oh ... then you still have to convert to CRLF when you send it
over the internet as emal. Damn!
Here's a better idea.
Let's just stick with the idea that ANY C0 or C1 control has no place
being anywhere in a line of text, and so any sequence of one or more of
them will be interpretted as a line-break!
Sorted once and for all!
Oh yeah ... apart from LS and PS that is ... bugger!
In jest :-)
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