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8:10pm Sun 11th Sep, Christopher M.

ANONYMOUS wrote:
> For the TXT files, are we only testing Unix (LF) line break formatting?
This question could be paraphrased as "do we have to....?", so let me try to change your thinking. - if you know that supporting both the Unix and Windows formats would produce a better, more portable project, why wouldn't you want to do that? - if you've been given code to handle both the Unix and Windows formats, why wouldn't you use it? (and, what if a text file had been created on Windows, but later copied to Unix...?)

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