Newline character in multiline textbox in

Hi All,

Want help for solving query reg how to insert newline in multiline textbox in with
codebehind as
for eg i want to display "Hello How r u" in different line like :
"How "
txtlinkDetails.Text="hello" & "<br />".

Waiting for response.

Thnks & Rgds.
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Try using a \r\n they are the carriage return and new line escape characters.  So txtlinkDetails.Text="hello\r\n";
vbCRLF doesn't work ? it's the constanst for \r\n
\r\n are for c#

txtlinkDetails.Text="hello" & vbCRLF & "How" & vbCRLF &"r" & vbCRLF & "u"
Can you use the System.Enviroment.Newline property so it would be something like:

txtlinkDetails.Text="hello" & System.Enviroment.Newline & "How" & System.Enviroment.Newline &"r" & System.Enviroment.Newline  & "u"

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Diego PazosCommented:
Text = Text.Replace(" ", vbCrLf)

If what you're writing is HTML maybe you should replace vbCrLf with "<BR>" as in

Text = Text.Replace(" ", "<BR>")

vbCrLf should work.

Are you sure you have TextMode=Multiline (and runat=server) for the Text Box?

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So was the problem that you didn't have TextMode and runat set correctly?  If not why didn't you accepts sweetsgreen answer who was the first one to tell you to use vbCrLf?
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