Any character, but usually the Return character (ASCII code $0D), that indicates the end of a sequence of bytes.
Literally the linefeed character whose ASCII value is 10. In general, the newline character is a special shell character that indicates a complete command line has been entered and it may now be executed.
the single character used to represent a line terminator in Icon regardless of the actual representation used in the underlying system.
a special ASCII character that indicates that a new line should be started
An unseen character that marks the end of a line of text in a document. It tells a printer or screen to break a line and start a new one.
One or two bytes which denote the end of a line . In DOS a newline character is two bytes: a carriage return and a linefeed. In UNIX a newline character is one byte: a linefeed. NEWSGROUP