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How to get the system's EOL character with Deno

Deno's standard library is full of helpful functions for building complex web and server-side apps. However, If you're looking for a predefined function to return the system's end-of-line (EOL) in Deno's standard library, you'll be disappointed. Luckily, it's possible write your own in a pretty small function.

import { EOL } from "https://deno.land/std/fs/eol.ts";

function osEOL(): string {
  return (Deno.build.os == "windows") ? EOL.CRLF : EOL.LF;

If you're looking to reliably import this function into your project, you can with: import {osEOL} from "https://crux.land/6R2PS7"