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Thread: Problems with "/n"?

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    Default Problems with "/n"?

    I am writing a toString() Method to print out the results that I got from my program and since the Method return type is a String I cannot use System.out.print. So, I am using "/n" but for some reason each time I put a "/n" a line of code that has already been displayed with a System.out.print gets deleted? Does anyone know why? My program has multiple parts so I am hesitant to post it but I will if anyone needs it. I'm new here so if I made any errors I'm sorry


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    Default Re: Problems with "/n"?

    The new line character is \n not /n That would be your problem. You could use the String.format method also.

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    Default Re: Problems with "/n"?

    Post the toString() method. That's probably where the problem is.

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