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Re^4: Native newline encodingby BrowserUk (Pope)
|on May 23, 2012 at 00:43 UTC||Need Help??|
Why are you assuming he would? Or even that he would use it to process any line endings? He didn't say that's what his intention was.
So, your assumption is that he's not going to use the information; just discover it and then what? Impress his users with it.
Microsoft and you might want to try to hide that info
Oh dear. Hide information that is common knowledge; and has been common knowledge for what? 30 years or more. Man, I thought you were better than this, but you've really lost the plot.
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