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Re^9: global var

by poj (Abbot)
on Apr 09, 2017 at 05:16 UTC ( #1187506=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^8: global var
in thread global var

What are you using to edit the scripts, Padre ? Which OS ?. Are scripts on lowesthosting server or your own localhost ?.

If Padre, use View->Show Newlines. If they show CRLF then use Edit->Covert Line Endings-> EOL To Unix. They should now show LF.

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Re^10: global var
by tultalk (Monk) on Apr 11, 2017 at 13:59 UTC

    What are you using to edit the scripts, Padre ? Which OS ?. Are scripts on lowesthosting server or your own localhost ?.

    Vista,Padre and Notepad ++. Edit Notepad ++ check in Padre.

    Both lowesthosting and localhost. I gave up trying to test on local host Back and forth with the config to prevent links etc. going on line

    If Padre, use View->Show Newlines. If they show CRLF then use Edit->Covert Line Endings-> EOL To Unix. They should now show LF.

    Ugh. Every one is CRLF.

    Changed them all. No difference.

    Are the crlf from word wrap i Notepad ++? I had WR on for some specific text file I was printing.Did not thin the WR would apply to all files.

    <p? Thanks for input

      Changed them all. No difference.

      No difference to what ? Does the test script work when opened with browser. If not what error do you get

      Word wrap is just a viewing option, it has no effect on the file

      poj

        Does the test script work when opened with browser. No.

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