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15.5.139 disablenewline


Ordinarily, LUX interprets a newline as the (forced) end of a statement in many cases when reading input from the keyboard. The disablenewline statement instructs LUX to disable this. In this case, LUX will continue requesting more input until it can unambiguously figure out where a previous statement ends without regards to newlines.

Reverse: enablenewline

See also: Line Breaks