Yup. Some like it hex... ;)
Update: Actually, what you wrote is EBCDIC compatible. It'll substitute DOS CRLF's on any system, be it an ASCII or an EBCDIC one. You're using discrete ordinals (hexadecimal ones, in your case) instead of the infamous logical symbols \r\n, and that's what makes your statement portable.
PS: Someone downvoted this node (it's -1 by the time of this writing). Why? What did I do wrong here?