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Win32: Adding text to multiline edit box

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I have a edit box with the following styles defined.
The edit box show's up correctly and with all visual styles I want, but I'm having trouble adding multiple lines to the box. I used a stringstream because I want to ease the process of int->string conversion. Here's the code I'm using to (hopefully) output multiple lines to the edit box.
stringstream ss;
ss << "Name: " << stringName << "\r";
ss << "Quote: " << stringQuote << "\r";

But when I run this and check the contents of the edit box I get a string like "Name: NPCName|Quote: NPCQuote|" (all on one line). It doesn't seem to recognize the \r, which should be the escape character for a carriage return. Is there another escape character I should use, or does it have to do with stringstream? BTW I'm running VC++ 6 (if it matters) [edited by - Vangelis on August 14, 2003 5:24:36 AM]

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Thank you AP, that works wonderfully. I''m not too sure why though, "\r" is a carriage return and "\n" is a new line. Why when I go something like "cout << "text\n";" I do not need a carriage return?

Just some curious questions, thanks for the help.

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