If a some const *char string contains the LF character (\n, 0x0a, 0d10)
and one uses CString(str) to create a Rexx string, then say'ing that
Rexx string would not cause a line break at the \n-character, rather a
question mark (?) is displayed instead. [At the same time a TAB char
(\t, 0x09, 0d09) remains unchanged and will have the desired effect on a
SAY statement, i.e. indenting the following characters.]

Before filing a bug, I just wanted to make sure that this is not
behaving as designed.

---rony


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