I can not find any place on the Internet where CHRW() is explained. I have always used CHR(13) as a Carriage Return in a Crystal Report. We have an array filed that displays a (square) as the dilimiter when we print it frmo the tables. One of our programmers told us that this square that is printing is a carrage return CHRW(21).
In the Split command using that as the delimiter worked. But I have no idea why. Can anyone tell me where I can find what CHRW() characters mean. Are they different than ASCII control characters?
I found this comment:
In later versions of Crystal Reports, Chr() has been replaced by ChrW() to support the full Unicode character set. It works the same way - supply the ASCII code that you wish to be included in the formula.
and the IBM Help
shows it but does not give a table or show why Carriage Return is CHRW(21) not CHRW(13)
7 Jan 2010
THAT IS AMAZING THAT NO ONE IS USING THE CHRW() CHARACTERS IN CRYSTAL REPORTS??????
Edited by Cordellv - 07 Jan 2010 at 8:26am