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Thread: Unwanted appendices

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    Default Unwanted appendices

    Hello,
    I just finished an assignment for my computer science class. The assignment focuses on the latest thing we've learned, creating and using PrintStream objects. The program prints output to a designated file. My version does as it should, but an "0D" is appended to the end of every "print" statement. Why is this, and how can I fix it?


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    Default Re: Unwanted appendices

    Could you post your code? It's impossible to diagnose the problem without it.

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    Default Re: Unwanted appendices

    Newline - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Welcome to the world of "Write Once, Run Anywhere - as long as you don't do any I/O".

    helloworld922 is right - that's way too little info in a question. What platform are you running on, and what program did you use to see the "0D"?