Specifies the second End of Line terminator character. The default value is 0 (do not use an EOL2 terminator).
By default, each line in the PostScript file is separated by a carriage return only. If you open it in an editor like Notepad, the entire file appears to be on one line. If you want it to be readable in Notepad, you can set EOL2=10 (new line). Then each line is separated by a carriage return and a new line, which Notepad interprets as a line break.