appendln

JVM
1.0
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.

Appends a line separator to this StringBuilder.

JVM
1.0
fun StringBuilder.appendln(
    value: StringBuffer?
): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(
    value: CharSequence?
): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: String?): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Any?): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(
    value: StringBuilder?
): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: CharArray): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Char): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Boolean): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Int): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Short): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Byte): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Long): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Float): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.
fun StringBuilder.appendln(value: Double): StringBuilder
Deprecated: Use appendLine instead. Note that the new method always appends the line feed character '\\n' regardless of the system line separator.

Appends value to this StringBuilder, followed by a line separator.