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In the unix world, a newline is a line terminator, not a line separator. A text file consists of a series of lines, each of which is terminated by a newline character. This is a linefeed character (character number 10, which can be represented as LF, ^J, \012, \x0a, \n, …). See What's the point in adding a new line to the end of a file? In particular, ...
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