I would like to simply insert a newline character at the end of each item in an array, being written to file. Does JMP not recognize '\n'? If so how would I get it to output
filestring=filestring|| " " || char(Files[i]) || "\n");
f=Save Text File(pypath || "argfile.txt",filestring,mode("replace"));
The complete list of Escape Characters can be found in the Scripting Guide
For your need, \!n is the escape character sequence
Is there any (logical) reason why it is not simply \n, as in many other languages?
I am not aware of why JMP implemented a 2 character escape sequence. Maybe to help with double byte characters. Maybe someone at JMP may have the logic of their decision.
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