On Thursday 25 July 2002 12:11, Wormy . wrote: > Dear all, > this sounds like a silly problem but i really dunno how to fix it! > > In the php manual on php.net said we can use an embedded newline just > by writing the string on different line by pressing "enter" key. This > doesn't work for me. Another thing is \n also work. For example: > > <?php > echo ' You can also have embedded newlines in strings, > like this way.'; > echo 'I am trying to include at this point: \n a newline'; > ?> > > the output i get is: > "You can also have embedded newlines in strings, like this way.I am trying > to include at this point: \n a newline" > > Am I doing anything wrong? Thanks!
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