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PrintBlankLine

Print blank line

This page was last updated on September 06, 2013.
To print a blank line in a Bash script:
echo
or:
printf "\n"

See also

  • For more information on echo and how to use it in Bash scripts, type man echo into a terminal window and press the Enter key to see the echo manual.
  • For more information on printf and how to use it in Bash scripts, type man printf into a terminal window and press the Enter key to see the printf manual.

Obligatory Happy Ending

And they all lived happily ever after. The end.

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