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What is newline character in pdf form for fdf?

Posted on 2004-09-15
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Can anyone tell me what character represents the newline/carriage return in an FDF document for PDF forms?
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ok, I suggest you to check this link:

http://partners.adobe.com/asn/tech/pdf/xfa/xfdf_2.0_draft.pdf


Here, I found useful news, like:

[...] A newline character in a PDF multi-line text field becomes a single line feed character in [...]

or:

[...] Printable ASCII is where each byte of the stream when interpreted as an unsigned integer has a value less than 127 and greater than 32 or is a carriage return (13) or linefeed(10). The following XML control characters are converted (or filtered) to an entity:
Character Entity
<           &lt;
>           &gt;
&          &amp;
"           &quot; [...]

Bye.
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