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Remove multi-line literal strings from tests
The unit tests frequently use multi-line literal strings, but the really ought to be using Environment.NewLine instead. This problem is compounded by the use of Git, which stores the source files in the repo with just linefeeds, stripping the carriage returns, so it's all too easy for someone to pull the source with a different set of CRLF settings and end up with broken tests.