Also known as: "New Paragraph", "Hard Return" or "Hard Carriage Return"
(See also: New Line (Conditional))
Code Used: [<]
Keystroke: Return or Enter key.
What does it do?
It forces a new line at that point in the text.
Where would it be used?
Anywhere a new line is required.
Usage in Duxbury:
Olde Boston Square
Produces in Braille:
,olde ,bo/on ,squ>e
Let us explain!
This code causes a new line in braille and print, even if a new line has just been created by wordwrap. Thus it can produce an unexpected skipped line in places. The safest approach is often to use one [l] and several [<] codes instead of a series of [<] alone. (See New Line (Conditional))