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new lines in unix/windows
Joined: Jan 07, 2005
Mar 02, 2005 15:22:00
How can I write a carriage return and line feed to an ascii file such that it will be properly recognized on both unix and windows operating systems?
Joined: Oct 29, 2001
Mar 02, 2005 17:47:00
They're different on both systems. Different on a Mac too. Check out this
for the platform-independent way to code, and avoid using applications that don't recognize other system's EOL markers (I'm looking at you, Windows Notepad).
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Joined: Aug 15, 2004
Mar 02, 2005 18:01:00
If you determine which system it is being opened by you could declare a public static final variable such as:
static final public
WINDOWS_EOL = "\r\n";
static final public String UNIX_EOL = "\n";
and then substitute these variables for the CHAR(10) or such commands at the line ends.
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