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hello everybody,
i am comfused by:
if i type the words below in a textbox:
"hello
world
by
6cet6"
then i would get them after a while,and display them in label
but what i could see is:
"hello world by 6cet6"
how could i do???


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... put the statement below in a subroutine, like a subroutine when u click on a button. or u can just use ur tbname to create an event.

lblname.Text= tbname.Text

im not sure is this what u want...

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Are you roundtripping the data? That is, retrieve it from a <textarea> retrieve it on the server and then display it again?

In HTML a simple line feed / carriage return has no meaning. So, the "enter" you pressed in the textarea won't show up on the page (although it will in the source of the page).

Before you put the text from the textarea back in a label, use the Replace method of the string class to convert the line breaks to HTML breaks, like this:
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string myText = TextBox1.Text.Replace("\r\n", "<br />");
Label1.Text = myText;
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thank you ,i would try it now!

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it works well
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