If you want to break down line in C# while writing CAML to define an SPQuery query,
you maybe try to look for C# continuation line character, the equivalent of _ in VB .net.
Referring to C# Language Specification, C# doesn't need one. A line continues until a ; is reached.
However, If you try to break line in a string in Visual Studio you will have a "new line in constant " exception.
The solution is to use @ character before your string.
SPSite mySite = new SPSite("http://frev1149:8080/");
SPQuery myQuery = new SPQuery();
SPList myList = mySite.OpenWeb().Lists["Transmises"];
SPListItemCollection myItems = myList.GetItems(myQuery);
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