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Posted on 2008-06-11
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i have this data in my text file

a|b|c|d|e|f
suppose d|e|f should be in new line

i use file_put_contents('c:\\'.$fn.'.txt',$data1 , FILE_APPEND);
can i use "\r\n" here?
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$data1="a|b|c|"."\r\n"."d|e|f;
file_put_contents('c:\\'.$fn.'.txt',$data1 , FILE_APPEND);

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sorry, missed the "
$data1="a|b|c|"."\r\n"."d|e|f";
file_put_contents('c:\\'.$fn.'.txt',$data1 , FILE_APPEND);

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by:fibo
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Depnding on which computer is file is saved on / displayed on, the "newline" might differ.
Your script hints that you are running on windows, therefore \r\n should work.

$newline ='\r\n'; // change if Unix
$data1="a|b|c|".$newline."d|e|f";
file_put_contents('c:\\'.$fn.'.txt',$data1 , FILE_APPEND);
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by:firekiller15
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how about if abc is variable as follow

 $data1="$a|$b|$c|"

can i still use "\r\n" ?
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by:fibo
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I would guess so
$newline ='\r\n'; // change if Unix
$data1="$a|$b|$c|$newline$d|$e|$f";
$debug=true; // easy to change
if ($debug) { echo "** string is[$data1] **";}; // html should display on several lines
file_put_contents('c:\\'.$fn.'.txt',$data1 , FILE_APPEND);
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by:firekiller15
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no what i mean is example
a|b|c has this value
1|2|3
4|5|6
7|8|9
instead of output the value 123|456|789
how can i output it with newline as shown below
1|2|3
4|5|6
7|8|9
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by:fibo
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Not sure I understand clearly.
What is the value of $a?
The value of $b?
Can you paste the lines of code which generate $a? same for $b and $c
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