So sprach »Mårten Andersson« am 2002-01-23 um 19:27:04 +0000 :
> hello again! =)
> I.m using fwrite() to write to the file. What I want is a new row i a 
> textdocument after each strung I insert..
> I've been told that "\n" should be the solution to the problem whith new 
> rows i a text-document. But I am not sure that's want I wanted... =) I'll 
> try to be more specific.. I want to write a new row in a text document, the 
> meaning whith that is that I want to create a logfile. And It would be 
> mutch easier to read it if each row is a new hit to the site.
> When I inserted "\n" in the end of the string, it didn't created a new row 
> in the text file. It only created a new row when I printed out the file. 
> But I want a new row IN the textfile.. =)
> =) I hope I didn't complicate this matter too mutch whith my bad english.. 
> =)

Uhm, so you want:

Line 1
Line 2
Line 3

Is that correct?  If it is, then \n is your answer - if you're on a Unix
system, or if you're using a text editor which understands unix line
endings.  If you're on a Mac, you should use \r instead.  And if you're
so unlucky to use Windows, you've got to use \r\n.

This means, $s="Line 1\r\nLine 2\r\nLine 3\r\n"; will fill the variable
$s with a string which consists of 3 lines when printed on a Windows

Alexander Skwar
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