> Tried the \r\n, but it stayed on one line. Switched the stored proc that
If a stored procedure generated a "\n" it would be a string of two
characters: '\' and 'n'.
If you use this inside a string literal in a C# program (string s =
"1\n2"), then the *real* string would be 3 characters, with the middle
one being a character with code 10. (Note that the de *** , trying to
be helpful, still will display the "\n").
So the "\n" from the stored procedure is just that, while a "\n" inside
C# is an escape-code for the newline character.