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Klark67

Local $sString =

("

line1

line2

")

can I divide it like list(with lines) ?

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water

You have already asked a similar question Please open only one thread per question.

And the answer is: No, you can't.

You can either have a string and concatenate the content with operator "&" or an array.

It depends on the program you want to automate and the way it expects data.


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Klark67

mmm. Im sorry about that , I understand . it is impossible :oops:

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JLogan3o13

You'd have to use the & _ as Water mentioned, but you could do something like this I guess (not sure why you'd want to).

Local $String = "line1 " & _
                "line2 " & _
                "line3 "

MsgBox(0, "", $String)
Edited by JLogan3o13

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water

But that's not what the OP needs. He's looking for a way to have a NewLine character in his data.


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JohnQSmith

Then, how about

Local $sString = ( _
"line1" & @CRLF & _
"line2" & @CRLF _
)
Edited by JohnQSmith

Whenever someone says "pls" because it's shorter than "please", I say "no" because it's shorter than "yes".

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