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Line break in CEdit

Posted on 2010-08-30
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Hello,

I want to show inside a multiline CEdit some information. For this I create a CString and
make a format. Inside the format I add \n for linebreak, but the CEdit ignore it. What I have to do to add a linebreak to the multiline CEdit?
Sample: mystring.Format(_T("%s \n %s"),_T("part1"),_T("part2"));

Thanks,
Ocrana
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Try using CR/LF which is used as a line separator on Windows, not only LF, i.e.

mystring.Format(_T("%s \r\n %s"),_T("part1"),_T("part2"));
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