If you decide to programmatically write out text to a .txt file for viewing later, it might be handy to know these tips.
Linux/Unix systems will separate each line of text with a single \n escape, signalling the end of a line.
Mac OS reads the end of a line with a single \r carriage return escape.
Microsoft packages such as Notepad reads a sequence of \r\n to declare the end of a line of text.
Obviously, if you’re creating an application destined for the Host OS, you probably know this already. If you wanted to generate reports or logs for use on a different OS, you might find this handy to know, as did I! 👍
Lower level stuff for reference.
ASCII hex for \n (new line)
ASCII hex for \r (carriage return)