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I've got a telnet flow coming in, and between each line instead of putting it on a new line, as a normal telnet program would, it puts the enter symbol (similar to a THICK l)  How do I get past this?  I just want it to be normal - line by line.

I am using VB5, and the telnet flow is going into a Text Box.

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use a rich text box.  you will have problems with a text box, because it only supports up to 32K of text.
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Thanks.... works great.
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