Smith, Alan's [alan.smith at sap.com] 18 lines of dribble included:
:>Okay, this did the job.
:>:>I'm sure the other variants would have done the same. Thanks for the help.
:>Now all I have to do is figure out what I did to break it in the first place
:>and NOT do it again.
Problem often results when copying files over from a Windows machine which
uses an extra character to signify a new line
\r\n = Windows newline
\n = UNIX newline
Perhaps you transferred the file over from a Windows machine?
btw, did it fix it?
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