LINEND (JANUS DEFINE parameter)
LINEND [hexstr | NONE] — set or disable line-end character for socket port
LINEND is a parameter on JANUS DEFINE, which defines and sets characteristics of a Janus port.
This parameter specifies the hex value of a string to be sent by Janus Sockets at the end of each "line;" that is, appended to the string sent by the $Sock_SendLn functions or after each output line captured on the socket.
The default is
0D is the hexadecimal representation of the carriage return, both in EBCDIC and in ASCII.
You can specify
LINEND NONE, which means that a LINEND value must be set with $Sock_Set before the $Sock_SendLn function is called.
Note that the specified string is sent untranslated, regardless of the CHAR or BINARY setting of the socket. For example, the following defines an SSL-protected, client socket port; it specifies that the byte pair which is ASCII carriage return and linefeed should be appended to each $Sock_SendLn call or User Language Print line:
JANUS DEFINE CLMASTER * CLSOCK 5 TIMEOUT 240 REMOTE * * MASTER SSL 0 SSLOPT - SSLMAXCERTL 4096 SSLBSIZE 32767 LINEND 0D0A
The LINEND value for a socket can be changed using $Sock_Set.