how to insert a NEW LINE character in the message?

Hi friends

I need to send a message that will be broken into 2 or 3 lines.  so how to insert a NEWline character in between the message.  I tried with \r, \n, 0x0D, 0x0A, <CR><LF>, etc.  but it is not working.  All i get is r, n, and the <CR><LF> as it is in the message.   I got struck somewhere but couldnt figure out where i am wrong.

Like for example the sentence "This is a test Message", I want to display it as :

Test Message

And what charset should I use.  I tried with GSM,PCCP437,HEX,etc.

Any suggestions please.

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YuvaKumarAuthor Commented:
Hi friends,

i solved the above problem by setting the charset to PCCP437 (default) and inserting "\n" in between
the message to get a new line.  Thanks to all.



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