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Old April 4th, 2007, 08:56 AM
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From a troubleshooting standpoint, I can completely agree with Imar because, in the case of VB.NET it would introduce an element of uncertainity for those of us trying to debug someones code.

"Did the OP place that line break there or is it because the div is wrapping it" is a thought I am sure would go through my mind. So the overflow is a good alternative.

In the case of item 1 and 3, 3 ultimately prevails as you won't get 100% of posters to format their code so that it doesn't blow out the right side of the screen.

Good stuff Imar.

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