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  1. Hello! When utilizing GUICtrlSetData to edit what is displayed in a GUICtrlCreateEdit field, is there a way to just make it write new lines rather than clearing what's there and writing the new information? For example ... GUICtrlSetData ($editField, "Line one"&@CRLF , "") GUICtrlSetData ($editField, "Line two"&@CRLF , "") GUICtrlSetData ($editField, "Line three"&@CRLF , "") What happens now if those three things run one after another, the Edit field displays "Line One" , then that is replaced with
  2. Is there a way to determine Newline (@CR, @LF, or @CRLF) from FileReadLine? I have a script that reads a file via FileReadLine, and writes out another file via FileWriteLine. I want to preserve the Newline character from the original file in the new file. Opt("MustDeclareVars", 1) ;0 = no, 1 = require pre-declare #include <File.au3> #include <Array.au3> Local $gInPath = $CmdLine[1] Local $NumberOfLines = $CmdLine[2] Local $gInDrive, $gInDir, $gInFName, $gInExt, $gOutPath Local $gMsgBoxTitle = "Error in " & @ScriptName Local $InLine Local $LineC
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