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Redundant blank line generated

Redundant blank line generated

Redundant blank line generated

Hi All!

I have this sample sql:

with p_1 as
select 1 sorszam, 'X1' tipus from dual
union all select 2 sorszam, 'X2' tipus from dual
union all select 3 sorszam, 'X3' tipus from dual
select (
(case when p1.sorszam=1 then ('[' || chr(13) || chr(10)) else '' end) ||
|| (case when p1.sorszam=(select max(sorszam) from p_1) then (chr(13) || chr(10) || ']') else '' end)
) szoveg
from p_1 p1
order by p1.sorszam

The result is:



My question is: Why is generated the blank line after the first line? Thanks forward!

RE: Redundant blank line generated

Actually you have got two redundant blank lines.wink
The other one is at the very end.

That's a feature of sqlplus output:
Whenever an ouput line is split across several lines, the next line will be left blank for better readablity.
If this behaviour is undesired, you may switch it off with this sqlplus command:
set recsep off


RE: Redundant blank line generated

Thanks, hoinz! I will try tomorrow your suggestion. bigsmile

RE: Redundant blank line generated

Thanks for the suggestion! "Set recsep off" is working perfectly! bow

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