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WM6 - new line character in SMS

Posted on 2011-03-18
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what is the new line character for windows mobile 6 ..im using an HTC touch Pro....when sending sms...
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The new line sequence in Windows Mobile is \r\n

But as the text goes thru several interfaces the coding may get lost: http://blog.mobivity.com/?p=147

You may try to press Shift+Enter, Ctrl+Enter or Alt+Enter on the virtual keyboard to get a new line in your sms.
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by:GlobaLevel
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hjgode...
tried the following none worked..I did see that article and it didnt work either...

%0a
%0A
char(10)
\n
<CR><LF>
Aa
CRLF
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this kinda worked:
\r\n
but depending some characters it followinf it did not like '::'
also when it does work..it prints it out on the screen..
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