Newline Definition

noun

(computing) The character or character sequence that indicates the end of a line of text and transition to the next line; or, a control code or escape sequence used in a programming language to denote this character.

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Other Word Forms of Newline

Noun

Singular:
newline
Plural:
newlines

Origin of Newline

  • new +"Ž line, coined at Bell Laboratories while developing the C programming language and UNIX operating systems.

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