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    what is "enter" in ascii?

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    ASCII

    ASCII-- American Standardized Code for Information Interchange.

    Normally, an enter can be considered a combination of two ASCII characters-- The LineFeed and the Carriage Return. As I recall, a linefeed is a 0x0A (10) (aka Control-J), and the Carriage return is 0x0D (13) (aka Control-M).

    \n is a "newline" character (Control-J)
    \r is a "carriage return" character (Control-M).

    I posted a program here 4 months ago that you could run that would print out all the visible equivalents for the ASCII character set in a little table you could print out.

    enjoy.

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