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It is NOT a web page. It is a simple text file. It gets emailed to people via a script.

Coincidentally, there is a web page somewhere that, when a link is clicked on it, displays the contents of this text file in the browser.

The only problem is that the text gets broken in "pages" when there are many lines and I don't want it to.

2009-03-15 04 143 oconnorn
^L Date Hour Requests UID
2009-03-15 04 121 rdreyer

That is what happens every so many lines - a ^L and a reprinting of the header. I just want those breaks to disappear.

In reply to Re^4: Supressing page breaks in forms by yaconsult
in thread Supressing page breaks in format/write output by yaconsult

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