At 12:02 AM 5/24/02 -0500, Miguel Cruz wrote:
>On Fri, 24 May 2002, Manisha wrote:
> > Yes, you were write - when I used chr(10).chr(13) - it worked.
> > But still little bit confused. When you are saying unix uses \n, that
> > if I am reading the file from unix server - it would have looked ok, but
> > the same file won't look good if I open in Windows ?
>It depends on how you transfer the file. If you use ASCII-mode FTP, a
>text/* MIME content type, or some other text-aware method, then the \n
>will automatically be changed to \r\n when you transfer the file.
>If you use a binary or other literal transfer, then you'll have to convert
>the line breaks yourself (or view the file using a tool that's smart
>enough not to care, such as most programmer's editors).
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