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If I wanted to remove the line breaks in a std::string (that was created from a std::ifstream from a text file), is simply searching through the string and removing all ''\n'' and ''\r'' characters sufficient for most/all OSes? Primarily curious about MacOSX, Win32 and Linux. It does appear to be sufficient for Linux.

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That''ll do. Under unix it''s \n only, Windows it''s \r\n and Mac <= 9 it''s \r (I believe - plus I''m guessing OS X uses \n since that''s the same as unix)

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