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Re^5: Native newline encodingby sauoq (Abbot)
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So, your assumption is that he's not going to use the information; just discover it and then what?
No, I'm not making an assumption.
You were assuming he was going to use it to process line endings. I've already pointed out that the information could be used in other ways.
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Are you being purposefully obtuse? This doesn't seem like the BrowserUk I know. The point was that you are succumbing to a certain detrimental philosophy: there are things you just don't need to know, don't worry about them, let
The OP asked a straightforward question. I answered it. And your response is to say it shouldn't be answered.
I can't pretend to respect that way of thinking. Or avoidance thereof.
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