To include such characters in a string, the following notation is used: whenever a backslash (
\) is found inside quoted text, it indicates that the character after it has a special meaning. This is called escaping the character. A quote that is preceded by a backslash will not end the string but be part of it. When an
n character occurs after a backslash, it is interpreted as a newline. Similarly, a
t after a backslash means a tab character. Take the following string:
"This is the first line\nAnd this is the second"
This is how make a break in 2 lines