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The following Visual Basic constants copied from the Visual Basic Scripting Guide. See the guide for more information.
Microsoft® Visual Basic® Scripting Edition
String Constants Language Reference
Since these constants are built into VBScript, you don’t have to define them before using them. Use them anywhere in your code to represent the values shown for each.
Constant – Value – Description
vbCr – Chr(13) – Carriage return.
vbCrLf – Chr(13) & Chr(10) – Carriage return–linefeed combination.
vbFormFeed – Chr(12) – Form feed; not useful in Microsoft Windows.
vbLf – Chr(10) – Line feed.
vbNewLine – Chr(13) & Chr(10) or Chr(10) – Platform-specific newline character; whatever is appropriate for the platform.
vbNullChar – Chr(0) – Character having the value 0.
vbNullString – String having value 0 – Not the same as a zero-length string (“”); used for calling external procedures.
vbTab – Chr(9) – Horizontal tab.
vbVerticalTab – Chr(11) – Vertical tab; not useful in Microsoft Windows.