On Windows system, Mathematica by default opens stream which will automatically transform any
"\r\n". But I want pure line feed. In this post, librik suggested using
OpenWrite to explicitly control newline behaviour.
In this way,
tmp = OpenWrite[file, BinaryFormat -> True]; WriteString[tmp, "test", "\n", "test"]; Close[tmp]
will give correctly
in which, "LF" is line feed corresponding to
"\n" or 10th ASCII character.
However, if I want write Chinese characters, this is not working. For example
tmp = OpenWrite[file, BinaryFormat -> True, CharacterEncoding -> "UTF8"]; WriteString[tmp, "测试", "\n", "test"]; Close[tmp]
Even though, I set
CharacterEncoding -> "UTF8", the result is
The words are gone!
So librik's solution needs some extension. How to control newline for outputing any string?