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What's ol' good CRLF equivalent in C#/ASP.NET?

What's ol' good CRLF equivalent in C#/ASP.NET?

What's ol' good CRLF equivalent in C#/ASP.NET?

(OP)
Colleagues,
The Subject line says it.
I wouldn't bother you with such trivial matter, but I can't find anything in MS's documentation, neither can recall what it was in ol' good C/C++ (last worked with it in mid-late 1990s)... so:
I need to assign a 2-lines text to, say, Label, or TextBox, or Button object on a (Web) form.
I tried this:

CODE

lblQuantityExceeded.Text = "Number of items requested must be" + (13).ToString() + "between 1 and " + lblOnHandCount.Text + "!"; 

and it didn't work: the line displayed was "Number of items requested must be13between 1 and 40!"
Hence the question in Subject.
Please advise!

And BTW, I do not see MultiLine (or similar) property in any of those aforementioned controls in ASP.NET - where did they go?

Regards,

Ilya

RE: What's ol' good CRLF equivalent in C#/ASP.NET?

Same as C. Use \r for carriage return \n for newline.

If you are generating HTML, try <br/>

RE: What's ol' good CRLF equivalent in C#/ASP.NET?

(OP)
Thank you, XWB!

Regards,

Ilya

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