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I don’t know how to do
myStr should contain a tab character
\t which follows a newline character. I think maybe I need some help.
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right now your myStr has this value:
Remember that it should be like this:
right now you have
\t at the beginning, which is causing the first line being a bit to the right, instead you need the
\t in an other place, and it needs to follow a new line character, which is
Now it looks like * I have a little depressed, do not know how to do this.
You have to put escape characters after whatever other character you want or need. So if you want a word to begin on a new line (after whatever character) and after a tab, you put a new line character and a tab character and escape all those formatting characters one by one and only then place your text you want to begin on a new line or whatever.
I’ve been through with your advice. Thank you!