What is vbCrLF VB Constant?

Posted on 2007-10-17
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Which are the ASCII codes represented by vbCrLf constant used in Visual Basic programation language?
Question by:salvaterra
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chr(10) + chr(13)
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Actually I believe it's
Chr(13) & Chr(10)

13 - Carriage Return
10 - Line Feed
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Mike Tomlinson earned 200 total points
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You can quickly figure it out for yourself in the immediate window:

? asc(mid(vbcrlf,1,1))
? asc(mid(vbcrlf,2,1))
? asc(vbcr)
? asc(vblf)

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