public static void main(String arg2)
// \u00A0 is a new line
char alpha = 'a';
System.out.println("abc" + alpha);
The code works because the character \u00A0 is a non-breaking space and not a newline character.
Most likely what has happened is that the author has made a typo and actually meant to type \u000A, which is a line feed character and does indeed break as expected.