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Old April 10th, 2006, 12:42 PM
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Default Tabs in a string?

I have added a dynamically created checkbox on a page. You create the text with 'list.text = "---"'. I have information that I want to present in columns within this text. What I started out with was 'list.text = "something" + variable.tostring() + "something else " + anothervariable.tostring();
This then loops and creates another checkbox with the string added, and so on and so on until the loop ends.
What I want to do is to have the variables appear in columns. I am not sure that you can hard code for the variable to begin at a certain spot on the page or if you can include a 'tab' into the string
Does anybody have any ideas on how to accomplish this?

 
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\t doesn't works?






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