|Subject:||Re: CRLF - #13#10 ?|
|Posted by:||Bruce Roberts (dontsendtob…@pleaseatbancoems.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 17 Jul 2006|
"AdamMaynard24" <adammaynard…@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> 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?
The pair is often used to indicate end-of-paragraph in word processing type
applications. CR or (sometimes) LF are used to indicate a forced new-line,
i.e. both lines belong to the same paragraph.
CRLF - #13#10 ? posted by AdamMaynard24 on 16 Jul 2006