using console in linux

This is a discussion on using console in linux within the Linux Programming forums, part of the Platform Specific Boards category; hi! i'm newbie in programming under linux. i need to write some console application so that it could output some ...

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    using console in linux

    hi! i'm newbie in programming under linux. i need to write some console application so that it could output some pseudographics symbols like \x0D and \x0A.
    normally those symbols make newline, how do i change it?

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    \x0D and \x0A are not graphical symbols at all. The are carriage return and linefeed characters.

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