Returns an end-of-line terminator.
|result||String||The end of line String for the platform being compiled.|
|result||String||The end of line String specified by EndOfLineType.|
|EndofLineType||String||The end of line String being requested.
The choices are:
As indicated by the syntax, EndOfLine can be used in either of two ways. You can call one of its properties to get the line ending for that platform or you can call it without accessing any of its properties. In that case, it returns the EndOfLine character or character string for the platform being compiled.
Use the ReplaceLineEndings function to convert the line endings of text from one line ending to another.
EndOfLine on OS X
|NOTE: Starting with 2013r1, EndOfLine returns EndOfLine.Unix on all OS X apps.|
This change was necessary because 2013r1 creates Cocoa apps by default and Cocoa works with the Unix line endings.
If you require the old behavior, you should explicitly use EndOfLine.Macintosh.
The following example specifies Unix line endings.