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1 27th April 03:45
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Default #35441 : Newline replace behaves different in Windows and linux


From: shri_phadte at yahoo dot co dot in
Operating system: Windows/Linux
PHP version: 5.1.0
PHP Bug Type: Strings related
Bug description: Newline replace behaves different in Windows and linux

Description:
------------
When I want to replace newline in a string i use str_replace but for Linux
i have to code search string as '\n' which is fine but for windows I have
to actually press "Enter" in the string to search for and replace a
newline in the String. This Happens For The Data Which Have Been Entered
Through a HTML Form
eg For Linux
str_replace("\n"," ",$String);

& For Windows
str_replace("
"," ",$String);
Note :after str_replace(" I have actually pressed "Enter" Button on the
keyboard


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2 27th April 03:45
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Default #35441 : Newline replace behaves different in Windows and linux


ID: 35441
Updated by: tony2001@php.net
Reported By: shri_phadte at yahoo dot co dot in
-Status: Open
+Status: Bogus
Bug Type: Strings related
Operating System: Windows/Linux
PHP Version: 5.1.0
New Comment:

Yeah, on *nix newline is "\n", on Windows it's "\r\n" and on Mac it's
"\r".
Use PHP_EOL constant for that.


Previous Comments:
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[2005-11-28 12:17:05] shri_phadte at yahoo dot co dot in

Description:
------------
When I want to replace newline in a string i use str_replace but for
Linux i have to code search string as '\n' which is fine but for
windows I have to actually press "Enter" in the string to search for
and replace a newline in the String. This Happens For The Data Which
Have Been Entered Through a HTML Form
eg For Linux
str_replace("\n"," ",$String);

& For Windows
str_replace("
"," ",$String);
Note :after str_replace(" I have actually pressed "Enter" Button on the
keyboard

------------------------------------------------------------------------


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3 27th April 03:45
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Default #35441 : Newline replace behaves different in Windows and linux


ID: 35441
User updated by: shri_phadte at yahoo dot co dot in
Reported By: shri_phadte at yahoo dot co dot in
Status: Bogus
-Bug Type: Strings related
+Bug Type: *General Issues
Operating System: Windows/Linux
PHP Version: 5.1.0
New Comment:

Thanks Tony !!


Previous Comments:
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[2005-11-28 12:24:25] tony2001@php.net

Yeah, on *nix newline is "\n", on Windows it's "\r\n" and on Mac it's
"\r".
Use PHP_EOL constant for that.

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[2005-11-28 12:17:05] shri_phadte at yahoo dot co dot in

Description:
------------
When I want to replace newline in a string i use str_replace but for
Linux i have to code search string as '\n' which is fine but for
windows I have to actually press "Enter" in the string to search for
and replace a newline in the String. This Happens For The Data Which
Have Been Entered Through a HTML Form
eg For Linux
str_replace("\n"," ",$String);

& For Windows
str_replace("
"," ",$String);
Note :after str_replace(" I have actually pressed "Enter" Button on the
keyboard

------------------------------------------------------------------------


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