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PostSubject: How to put carriage return or ' enter ' in VB .net string   Sun Oct 28, 2007 5:17 am

vbCrLf

example

Dim print String = "I Love" + vbCrLf + "Rudebox"

and u print it

it will give

I Love
Rudebox

Another thing you can do is : FOR ASP .net

1) Put a Placeholder (from the toolbox) on the aspx page (id=placeHolder)
2) In the code behind, create a Label

Dim newLabel as Label = new Label
newLabel.Text = "1st Line"

placeHolder.Controls.Add(newLabel)

Dim newLiteral as Literal = new Literal
newLiteral.Text = "<br>"

placeHolder.Controls.Add(newLiteral)

newLabel = new Label
newLabe.Text = "2nd Line"
placeHolder.Controls.Add(newLabel)

newLiteral = new Literal
newLiteral.Text = "<br>"
placeHolder.Controls.Add(newLiteral)

placeHolder.Visible= true

Result:
1st Line
2nd Line
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