|Oracle9i Supplied PL/SQL Packages and Types Reference
Release 1 (9.0.1)
Part Number A89852-02
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The character sequence carriage-return line-feed. It is the newline sequence commonly used many communication standards.
This package variable defines the newline character sequence commonly used in many Internet protocols. This is the default value of the newline character sequence for
write_line(), specified when a connection is opened. While such protocols use
<CR><LF> to denote a new line, some implementations may choose to use just line-feed to denote a new line. In such cases, users can specify a different newline character sequence when a connection is opened.
This CRLF package variable is intended to be a constant that denotes the carriage- return line-feed character sequence. Do not modify its value. Modification may result in errors in other PL/SQL applications.