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  • #16
    Hello,

    I'm not sure how you are seeing that behavior in Notepad. Is it with a copy paste? Or directly launching from which program? A CRLF should be a line break in Notepad (while the other two would not).
    Aaron P Scooter Software

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    • #17
      notepad behavior

      When I do a 'save as' from the BC editor and save to a file with .txt extension, there are no line breaks
      when it sees a CR, LF, CRLF. I open up the .txt saved file and no lines have been broken.
      I also did the FTP path from the Mainframe. When the ftp'd file lands on the PC, I rename it to a .txt extension.
      This text file in notepad shows no line breaks. Using these 2 methods to get the file to PC as a .txt, I see no
      line breaking. That is why I feel the CR, LF, CRLF are ignored.

      If I do a copy (Ctrl + C) of the line with CR,LF, CRLF and paste(Ctrl + P) into MS Word, the line is broken. This makes me come to the conclusion that Word 'processes' the CR, LF, CRLF and does the line break. Notepad IMO has a hands off approach with no line breaks.



      Originally posted by Aaron View Post
      Hello,

      I'm not sure how you are seeing that behavior in Notepad. Is it with a copy paste? Or directly launching from which program? A CRLF should be a line break in Notepad (while the other two would not).

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