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From "Gary M. Catlin" <gcatli...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Multi line text strings
Date Fri, 15 May 2009 14:42:34 GMT
Thank you, Nathan. That first example did the trick.

Gary Catlin

Nathan Bubna wrote:
> #set ($rec = { 'Control' : "Control1", 'CM' : "1. Do this
> 2. Do that
> 3. Do the other"})
>
> Or, using the EscapeTool, you could do:
>
> #set ($rec = { 'Control' : "Control1", 'CM' : "1. Do this${esc.n}2. Do
> that${esc.n}3. Do the other"})
>
> On Thu, May 14, 2009 at 5:39 PM, Gary M. Catlin <gcatlin78@gmail.com> wrote:
>   
>> Hello,
>>
>> I am looking to implement new lines within a text string to simulate
>> separate paragraphs.
>>
>> In the code below, I am defining a local table structure with two columns;
>> Control and CM.
>>
>> #set ($RecCMs = [])
>>
>> #set ($rec = { 'Control' : "Control1", 'CM' : "MyText1"}) #set ($n =
>> $RecCMs.add($rec))
>> #set ($rec = { 'Control' : "Control2", 'CM' : "Mytext2"}) #set ($n =
>> $RecCMs.add($rec))
>>
>> I would like to replace the value of "MyText1" with a multi line string,
>> such as the following:
>>
>> 1. Do this
>> 2. Do that
>> 3. Do the other
>>
>> Eventually, I would like the entire content of $RecCMs.CM to be displayed in
>> a table.
>>
>> ...
>> <td>$RecCMs.CM</td>
>> ...
>>
>> How do I go about defining the text string so that "new lines" are observed?
>>
>>
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