Mohammed Jangda1,701 Points
("\n") What does this mean? Kenneth never defined it and I have been confused since he started teaching, he is too quick
Steven Parker176,778 Points
That's what is called an "escape" sequence, where both characters together represent just one in the string. That particular one represents the invisible "newline" character, which causes the current line to end and prepares for the next thing printed to be on the next line.
Other common (but not as common) escape sequences are "\t" for tab and "\b" for backspace.