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    lol. You're right. It brings to mind another...

    lol. You're right. It brings to mind another thing that gave me trouble - the curly brackets. It took a few days to wrap my head around those. In VB/VBA, you have "END" statements. Not so with java....
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    Yeah, the case-sensitivity is kicking my ass....

    Yeah, the case-sensitivity is kicking my ass. lol. I thought I was alone in that. I'm already loving it though.
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    I absolutely agree. I've been coding with VBA for...

    I absolutely agree. I've been coding with VBA for years but Java is a different animal. Thank you very much, once again.
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    Oh. Wow! Now, I really feel like an idiot. That...

    Oh. Wow! Now, I really feel like an idiot. That was indeed the problem. Thank you very much for your help.
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    I accidentally submitted without finishing. I...

    I accidentally submitted without finishing. I guess I can't edit a post at this point. Anyhow, the code is identical to yours, no? I don't understand why the linefeed isn't being rendered.
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    Thank you very much for responding. That's...

    Thank you very much for responding. That's actually what I've been trying. However, my result is:


    My exact code is:

    alert("Hello world! /nHow are you?");
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    [RESOLVED] Carriage return synatx

    Hello all! I'm in the beginning stages of learning javascript and have a very simple problem. It's so simple that I'm nearly embarassed to ask it. I'd like to add a carriage return to the following...
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