I have an xxx.php page that runs on my Unix server.  I also
run php.exe on my NT box to generate the corresponding
xxx.html file like this:
    c:\> php -q xxx.php > xxx.html

The xxx.php file contains stuff like this:
    print "hello\n";

That means stdout from the server and the xxx.html file
both contain \n.  I would like the xxx.html file to contain
\r\n so it can be viewed/edited with notepad. Yes,
notepad and \r\n both suck, but that's another story...

So I guess I would like my code to look like this:
    if(running php.exe on my NT box){

and then my code looks like:
    print "hello$delimiter";

How can I do this?

John A. Grant  * I speak only for myself *  (remove 'z' to reply)
Radiation Geophysics, Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa
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