Represents the End-of-Line character sequence.
EOL = CR + LF;
EOL is the constant value used to represent the End-of-Line character sequence commonly used in most Internet protocols.
EOL is used as the default end-of-line sequence when an IOHandler is used to write lines of text to the endpoint for a socket connection.
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