|Subject:||Re: CRLF - #13#10 ?|
|Posted by:||Nicholas Sherlock (N.sherlo…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 17 Jul 2006|
> Why use #13#10 when either #13 or #10 will start on a new line. I know
> #13 is carriage return and #10 is line feed.. but why use them both
> together. Doesn't carriage return (enter?) mean you're on a new line -
> hence, line feed?
> Any info on this subject would be appreciated.
It's really just a choice that Windows made, the standard is different
on other operating systems. I guess that it dates back to the days where
#13, would really return the carriage (Move the print head back to the
left position) and #10 would then cause a line feed (Advance the paper).
CRLF - #13#10 ? posted by AdamMaynard24 on 16 Jul 2006