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    I’m pretty sure the answer is NO, but, I was wondering if there is anyway to control where line breaks are in the outputted html php sends? If I echo through a loop I end up getting really hard to read html on output. Is there anyway to add line breaks after a function is complete?

    Silly question I know, but it really does irritate me sometimes. lol.


    @stevendeeds, It’s all under your control.

    echo “something”, it’s just what it means, will output “something” **without line break**, PHP will not add line breaks for you.

    echo “somethingn”, you will have “somethingLINEBREAK”.

    You can write a simple function to wrap it, but I don’t think it’s necessary:

    function print_line($text){
    echo $text."n";
    //or echo $text.PHP_EOL;

    awesome. thanks guys

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