Writes output to the HTTP output stream with trailing carriage returns. This is identical to:

Response.Write(tcText + CRLF)

but is easier to type and read. Use this for convenience, but keep in mind there's a little overhead in WriteLn since it calls back onto the Write() method to actually dump to the HTTP stream.


Return Value

"" or output string if llNoOutput is set.


The text to output

If .T. the string is returned back and no output is written into the HTTP stream.

See also:

Class wwResponse

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