Moving a cursor or the head or a printer down one line.
A recording or live feed of a program that switches between multiple cameras and image sources. Also known in sitcom production as the director's cut.
( LF) - A control character ( ASCII: 10) indicating that the next character should be displayed in the current horizontal position but one line down. It is often used in text files as part of, or as the End of Line. It is not normally entered from the keyboard, but in many cases it can be generated, if necessary, by pressing Ctrl-J.
the operation that prepares for the next character to be printed or displayed on the next line
1. an attempt to pick up a woman in a bar. 2. an ASCII character used to move the cursor down to the next line. See LF, CR/LF.
In computing, line feed (LF) is a control character indicating that one line should be fed out. It has an ASCII code of 10 (0A in hexadecimal). Line feed was originally a printer command normally used in conjunction with a carriage return (a command which returned the printer carriage to the leftmost position, by analogy with typewriters; abbreviated CR).