On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 8:25 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

As Hassan said, puts is not going to get it for you here. But a newline will work as a line-break inside the content of a textarea. If you store the string containing the newlines, and you show it inside a textarea, it will preserve the newlines.
Gah, yes, my bad. Walter is correct - newlines are rendered as is
within the textarea. (I was thinking about outputting the result.)

I should know because I've used this before, i.e. to allow a user to
input a newline-separated set of response strings for a poll creation
tool. And it works fine :-)

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