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Old July 8th, 2003, 01:21 AM
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Default New line in concatenated field

I have a query which populates a field by concatenating few other fields. For each field concatenated, the value should be displayed in a new line.

An example
Title) values
(''Name: ' + ForeName + ' Surname: ' + SurName + ' Title: ' + Title +);'
FROM Table2
This returns
INSERT INTO Table1 (title) values (Name: XX SurName: YY Title: ZZ)

Is there a way enough space is created between each concatenated field so that they get displayed in new lines
Name: XX
SurName: YY
Title: ZZ

rather than Name: XX SurName: YY Title: ZZ

Char (13) does not seem to help.


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Please Type chr(10)

scott@PRD.COM> select 'Name:XX'||chr(10)||'SurName:YY'||chr(10)||'Title: ZZ' aa from dual ;


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