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What does \n mean.

12th Jun 2024, 8:20 AM
Jay Zhang
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It means line break, '\n' is just used to insert a line break to make our code clear and arranged.
12th Jun 2024, 8:39 AM
Gulshan Mahawar
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line ending styles: \r is a carrige return [CR] \n is a line feed [LF] \r\n is a Windows style [CRLF] \r is an old pre-OS X Mac's style [CR] (modern Mac's using POSIX style) \n is a POSIX style [LF] + but you have: \t => tabulator \b => backspace \\ => inserting backslash (escape character)
12th Jun 2024, 9:17 AM
Mihaly Nyilas
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Thanks
12th Jun 2024, 8:40 AM
Jay Zhang
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They are special characters, \n is used to give a line break for example print("Hello\nJay") the result would be Hello Jay There are also other special characters such as \t \r among others you can use \t to tabulate I mean give a space of 4 So print("Hello\tJay") the result Hi Jay I hope I have helped you, any problem I will be willing to help you
12th Jun 2024, 1:18 PM
STE4LPH
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\n Simply means new line
13th Jun 2024, 9:24 PM
Donald karuri
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