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Thread: eol in text area....
- 09-14-2008, 10:59 PM #1
eol in text area....
swamped at the moment trying to write spreadsheet from an as yet unknown source, really should be a tree-control rather than the hardcoded way that I am doing it but it would help alot at the moment to decide now whether eol from text area may be used to readline() on the text-area - the alternative is to put up text-input with labels and to name/val pairs on each of the text inputs.
This is not gonna be a lot of fun as client will insist on ruining everything with junky proprietary software ++ I should be doing this as a tree anyway, but it would be of great design utility to know for sure if cr or lf in text area is transmitted over http in a consistent form. It appears from rfc's that line endings are consistently cr/lf - which is convienently the row separator for the dataformat this is going into.Introduction to Programming Using Java.
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