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page breaks: #21, FF, \f,

You may come across some up arrows in text files at the end of a page. See this example:

These are page breaks. This is a Unicode character which can be entered by pressing ALT + 12, and is written in HTML as &#12, so some programs may make reference to a line break by referring to the number 12. See the example in the options for Abbyy FineReader:

If the character is entered in Word it will be converted to a page break:

When entered in a text editor like NotePad ++ it will show up as FF for form feed.

To reference it in regular expression enter \f

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