|Perl Language Reference Manual|
by Larry Wall and others
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20.4.1 Internet Line Terminators
The Internet line terminator is "\015\012". Under ASCII variants of Unix, that could usually be written as "\r\n", but under other systems, "\r\n" might at times be "\015\015\012", "\012\012\015", or something completely different. The standards specify writing "\015\012" to be conformant (be strict in what you provide), but they also recommend accepting a lone "\012" on input (but be lenient in what you require). We haven't always been very good about that in the code in this document, but unless you're on a Mac, you'll probably be ok.
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