On 7/6/2013 2:59 AM, Lester Caine wrote:
The best I can figure is that I did a preload of many of the names from
a csv file. Apparently when I do that it stores the LF at the end of
the csv line. Have to remember that the next time.
Jim Giner wrote:
And the answer is - yes, there is a LF char at the end of my data in
Now the question is - how the heck did I put that in there? Certainly
intentionally. The data is captured from a d/e screen I wrote and it
grabs the post value and inserts a new record with that value along
other values. And I don't see anything concatenating a LF to my string.
The obvious question that comes to mind is 'What OS'? Having seen this
sort of niggle many times I tend to find it relates to something working
'cross-os' a bit like windows ignoring case in file name and linux then
complaining it can't find a file.
It's probably worth checking the sting length back through your code
just to confirm what added it?
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