You do not need any calculations, it works exactly as before. What type of export did you select?
¶ or char(13) mean CR. You need char(10) for LF in result of "export field contents"
field 1 & char (13) & char(10) & field 2
But as nicolai said, this is not changed in FM14. Do you only forgot the way how you did it?
Do you use MBS Plugin?
We do have Text.WriteTextFile function to write text files. If needed you can use Text.ReplaceNewline to replace newline characters.
Lukva - I process email messages with linefeeds out of a field using the calculation below - Perhaps this approach will help you.
Substitute ( Mail Select::Content ;Char(13); Char(13)&Char(10))
I have still no answer
The problem is what export type i choose, it seems to change Char(13) & Char(10) to
Char(11) = VT
Field1 & char(13) & char(10) field2
Or in Notepadplus: Field1 CR LF Field2
But it shows: Field1 VT VT Field 2 (remark: VT= Char(11)
Coming back to my question - what type of export did you select?
I think, if you export as csv or tab separated, CRs are used as record separators so any CR within the text of a field will be converted to VTs. Can anyone confirm this?
Yes, that is a known "feature" of many exports. IF you have a return-in-field it will be converted to VT, as the return is a row/record separator.
You have not answered the question: What kind of export are you using? And also needed: what platform and version are you using?
for .csv exports: