jesuashok has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

Hi All,

When I had a theoretical study on perl ( even in other languages too ) I studied that, "\n" is the combination of "\r\n".
Recently we had written a program which should run successfully on all platforms. so we use "\r\n" as the combination for new line handling.
but I found an issue when I use chomp with this type of strings ("\r\n").
Should chomp takecare this type strings ? correct me If I am wrong.
could anyone give me an idea to solve this issue ?

#!/bin/perl use strict; my $one = "Hello\r\n"; chomp($one); print ":$one:";

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