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This is apparently by design. Internally, each line of the file is stored as a NUL-terminated string. The actual linefeeds from a file are not stored at all; they simply delimit the strings when a buffer is read from or written to a file. LF-valued bytes only show up in buffer memory to represent NULs, since there's no way to put a literal zero byte inside a ...


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