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How to INI write and read a text with line breaks into a GUICtrlCreateEdit?

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For example my GUICtrlCreateEdit() contains:

Line 1
Line 2
Line 3

When I IniWrite() the content of it, the value will be look like this:

[SectionName]
Key=Line 1
Line 2
Line 3

But when I IniRead() that key like this:

GUICtrlCreateEdit(IniRead(@ScriptDir & "/data.ini", "SectionName", "Key", ""), 1, 1, 200, 100)

The value of the GUI edit field is only "Line 1"..

How can I INI write and read a text with line breaks in a GUICtrlCreateEdit() ?

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Servant,

You need to save the data in the standard ini format if you want to use the Ini* functions. But why do you want to use that format for saving the data from an Edit control? Why not just save it as a normal .txt file with FileWrite and re-read it directly with FileRead? :huh:

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