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Carrige Return, Textbox

Hi,

1. I want to insert a Carrige Return between LINE1 and LINE2. Howto ?

2. I then want to display these two lines i a simple report using the Carrige Return as a "Line Breaker".

Howto ?

3. Is there anything like a TEXTBOX/TEXTAREA that enables multiple lines (In HTML you have something called "TEXTAREA" )

Example

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LINE1 = 'First Line'.

LINE2 = 'Second Line'.

wa_ZCODELIB-ZCODEID = 111.

wa_ZCODELIB-ZDESCRIPTION = LINE1 + LINE2.

MODIFY ZCODELIBTBL FROM wa_ZCODELIB.

//Martin

Message was edited by: Martin Andersson

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2005 at 12:27 PM

    If you using a report you can use:

    SKIP 1. ---> For one Carrige Return

    SKIP 2. ---> For two Carrige Return

    .

    .

    SKIP (N) ---> For "n" Carrige Return.

    Regards

    Carlos

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2005 at 12:41 PM

    Let me explain a little bit more...

    I want to insert the wa_ZCODELIB into table ZCODELIBTBL.

    I want to insert a Carrige return into that table.

    Later on I want to display the too lines as separate lines on my report.

    (I'm trying to make a Code Library where I can put all my little code snippets....)

    //Martin

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2005 at 01:00 PM

    Martin... a little more information about the "TEXTAREA" you want.

    USE:

    EDITOR-CALL FOR ti_record TITLE 'THE TITLE YOU WANT'.

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