On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 10:50:54PM -0400, Jim Giner wrote:

> Yes - it is J and I.  I tried using $i+1 in the echo originally but it 
> wouldn't run.  That's why I created $j.

Yes, the substitution creates a syntax error unless surrounded by
parentheses or the like.

> And just what is wrong with the old cr/lf sequence?  How would you have done 
> it?

You're using HTML-encoded entities for 0x0d and 0x0a. You can simply
use 0x0d and 0x0a instead. If you're running this in a web context, you
should use "<br/>" instead of CRLF. At the command line, I'm not
familiar with running PHP on Windows. In *nix environments, it's enough
to use "\n", just as they do in C. It might even work in Windows; I
don't know. If not, you should be able to use "\r\n". You can also try
the constant PHP_EOL, which is supposed to handle newlines in a
cross-platform way.


Paul M. Foster

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