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A line break is a break in the current line of text that doesn't create a new paragraph and is often done using the shortcut Shift+Enter. As seen in the image to the left, the line break resembles a symbol of an arrow pointing down and to the left. The same symbol is found on the Enter key on many computer keyboards.
This character is commonly known as the 'Line Feed' or 'Newline Character'. CR (character : \\r, Unicode : U+000D, ASCII : 13, hex : 0x0d) : This is simply the 'r' character. This character is commonly known as 'Carriage Return'.
A newline is a character used to represent the end of a line of text and the beginning of a new line.
It is a character in a string which represents a line break, which means that after this character, a new line will start. There are two basic new line characters: LF (character : \\n, Unicode : U+000A, ASCII : 10, hex : 0x0a): This is simply the '\\n' character which we all know from our early programming days.
CR and LF are control characters or bytecode that can be used to mark a line break in a text file. CR = Carriage Return ( \\r , 0x0D in hexadecimal, 13 in decimal) moves the cursor to the beginning of the line without advancing to the next line.
A line break is a poetic device that is used at the end of a line, and the beginning of the next line in a poem. It can be employed without traditional punctuation. Also, it can be described as a point wherein a line is divided into two halves. Sometimes, a line break that occurs at mid-clause creates enjambment.
Definition of Line Break A line break can either be an example of enjambment, which means the author has chosen to end a line without completing a sentence or clause, or can be an end stopped line, which is a line that completes a sentence or clause.
Fewer than Three Lines If a poem quotation contains less than three lines, type the text directly into the essay. For more than one line, mark the line breaks by putting a slash between each line, with a space both before and after the slash.
Writers use line breaks because it's part of what makes a poem a poem. By inserting more white space into the text, poets are able to exercise a greater degree of control over the speed and rhythm at which their poetry is read, thereby distinguishing it from both everyday language and prose literature.
When your document is displayed in Draft view, automatic page breaks are indicated by a single horizontal line across the page, and manual page breaks are indicated by a single horizontal line with the words Page Break in the centre of the line.
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