Yep 13 is a carraig return in PHP.
Also I am looking up str_replace() at the moment so I'll let ye all know how
I got on.
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> From: webdev-admin at linux.ie [mailto:webdev-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> Guest, Ken
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> To: 'adam beecher'; webdev at linux.ie> Subject: RE: [Webdev] Links in a form.
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>> #right, but what's 13? \r? Also, can you use the same syntax in
> #str_replace()? If
> #you can, you should use that - lower overhead.
>> yep, 13 = \r
>> In this context,
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