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Define "extra"? DOS/Win32 newlines are different, but when you write something like this:
print "line one\n"; print "line two\n";
You should not get double-spaced output. There shouldn't be any "extra" newlines inserted here.

You may, however, be seeing a trailing newline at the termination of your script. This is added by the Win32 command prompt. Even typing 'rem' will give you an empty line before showing the next prompt.


In reply to Re: Re: General tips for Unix to Windows script migration? by Fastolfe
in thread General tips for Unix to Windows script migration? by Bukowski

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