M!LF or Man! Liberation Front is the name of a Flemish television program on 2BE. It is about a non-existing anti-"new men" organisation that reacts against men doing so-called women-tasks. It is created and presented by Jan Van Looveren and Philippe Geubels. In between sketches and gags, candidates compete in a series of challenges to determine who is most "manly".
Runtime: 30 minutes
M!LF - Newline - Netflix
Newline (frequently called line ending, end of line (EOL), line feed, or line break) is a control character or sequence of control characters in a character encoding specification, e.g. ASCII or EBCDIC. It is used to signify the end of a line of text and the start of a new one. Text editors set this special character when pressing the Enter key. When displaying (or printing) a text file, this control character causes the text editor to show the following characters in a new line.
M!LF - Interpretation - Netflix
Two ways to view newlines, both of which are self-consistent, are that newlines either separate lines or that they terminate lines. If a newline is considered a separator, there will be no newline after the last line of a file. Some programs have problems processing the last line of a file if it is not terminated by a newline. On the other hand, programs that expect newline to be used as a separator will interpret a final newline as starting a new (empty) line. Conversely, if a newline is considered a terminator, all text lines including the last are expected to be terminated by a newline. If the final character sequence in a text file is not a newline, the final line of the file may be considered to be an improper or incomplete text line, or the file may be considered to be improperly truncated. In text intended primarily to be read by humans using software which implements the word wrap feature, a newline character typically only needs to be stored if a line break is required independent of whether the next word would fit on the same line, such as between paragraphs and in vertical lists. Therefore, in the logic of word processing and most text editors, newline is used as a paragraph break and is known as a “hard return”, in contrast to “soft returns” which are dynamically created to implement word wrapping and are changeable with each display instance. In many applications a separate control character called “manual line break” exists for forcing line breaks inside a single paragraph. The glyph for the control character for a hard return is usually a pilcrow (¶), and for the manual line break is usually a carriage return arrow (↵).
M!LF - References - Netflix