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adding carriage return to string

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I want to add a carriage return to a string.  I tried asc(10) and chr(10), but keep getting an error.
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Try this:

 var mystring = "blah blah \n blah blah";
 alert(mystring);
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The \n is a js carriage return.  BUT if you want this to be displayed in HTML then you must either surround the text with <PRE> and </PRE> tags, or you must use "<BR>" instead of "\n".

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