"Kenn Murrah" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> I'm trying to concatenate several values entered in my form, then write
> to a TEXT field in my mySQL database. All is well, except that I want to
> each value to appear on a different line. I've tried \n and that didn't
> work. What am I doing wrong?
You skipped a step here, between "write it to my database" and
"appear on a different line".
I assume that you insert to the database, then pull it out and
display it as HTML. '\n' doesn't cause a line-break in HTML.
You can either use "<br>" instead of "\n" before putting it in
the database (less portable), or look at the nl2br() function
(I would prefer this option, personally).
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