Hi all,

Apologies if this has been asked before, I'm new here.  I've got a PHP
script that's returning a formatted string of variables to a Flash movie.
The string getting returned looks like so (currently it's just the 1 variable):


Flash's debugger seems to think that there is a tab character after the
'Y', so in the debugger, the variable bAcquired looks like so:


I've done everything I can think of on the PHP side to make sure that's not
happening there.  Perhaps it's some sort of buffer-padding that the server
does before sending text back to Flash?  I'm looking into more things now,
but wanted to ask here and see if anyone else has had this happen?  The
usual flush(), chop() or trim() functions don't seem to be helping.  Any
other ideas?

Thanks in advance,

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