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[REBOL] Re: Unwanted Newline

From: carl:cybercraft at: 10-Sep-2001 18:09

On 10-Sep-01, Tim Johnson wrote:
> Hello All: > This is rebol/core on Red Hat. > The following code produces an unwanted newline > REBOL[] > blks: [["name" "string"]["country" "string"] > ["speed" "integer"]["range" "integer"]] > headers: [] > save %test.txt blks > ; result in the following file > ["name" "string"] ["country" "string"] > ["speed" "integer"] ["range" "integer"] > ;note the the blocks are on seperate lines ; the result I am looking > for is : [["name" "string"]["country" "string"]["speed" > "integer"]["range" "integer"]] Note the desired outer set of braces. > What is the simplest way to accomplish this?
This will accomplish it... write %test.txt mold load replace/all mold blks "^/" "" though whether it's the simplest... (: To reload your block, use load, not read, then its type will be block! (read would produce a string!.)
> TIA > tj
-- Carl Read