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how do you use multiple lines of text in an turbo pascal 1.5 for windows message box, and a button come to think of it?
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by:BigRat
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For a MessageBox you just include a carriage return character in the string (#$0D) eg :
     "This is the first line"#$0D"And this the second"
(Hopefully I have the syntax right!)
I have never tried it with a button! Try it and let us know.
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by:scrapdog
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If $0D doesn't work (it should), you could also try $0a.
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by:vikiing
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#$0D (#13 is the same, and easier) is "Carriage return", and #$0A (#10) is "Line feed"; if the don't work alone, maybe the combination of both (#13#10) does.
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by:pobwest
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Thats sorted it, thanks folks

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by:BigRat
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Just one cotton picking minute my son!
Who gets the Cheese/FairMaiden/Bone?*

*delete that which is not applicable
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by:pobwest
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?? who ever wants it, these are only comments,  i thought you had to answer?
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by:scrapdog
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Give the cheese and bone to the rat.  I'll take the other thing.
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by:pobwest
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no way, the fair maiden is MINE!
scrapDOG - bone,
bigRAT - cheese,
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Yes we have to answer, but you have to decide who's answer is correct. If I answer I block for all others, so one adds comments. The questioner then posts a message which says "Thanks x - your solution was correct/the best/the funniest/and so forth" and then x posts an answer which reads "Thanks"

Thanks.
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