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Line terminators
Line terminators are used to mark the end of a line of source text. Different operating systems use different characters or character sequences to mark the end of a line.
The following terminators are used on various operating systems:
Operating System
Line Terminator
Mac OS X
ASCII Carriage Return (0x0D)
ASCII Newline (0x0A)
ASCII Newline (0x0A)
ASCII Carriage Return (0x0D) followed by ASCII Newline (0x0A)
In general, any number of line terminators can be used between any two symbols in a program and they are treated the same as other white space. A line terminator appearing at the end of an end-of-line comment terminates the comment.

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