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The following C coding rules relate to the use of linefeeds:

Rule 3.6.a.) Whenever possible, all source code lines shall end only with the single character LF (ASCII 0x0A).


The multi-character sequence CR-LF (ASCII 0x0D 0x0A) is more likely to cause problems in a multi-platform environment than the single character LF. One such problem is associated with multi-line preprocessor macros on Unix platforms.




Whenever possible, programmer’s editors shall be configured to use LF. In addition, an automated tool shall scan all new or modified source code files during each build, replacing each CR-LF sequence with an LF.

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