The snippet below simply creates three characters, CR (0x0D), LF (0x0A ) and TAB (0x0H). CR (Carriage Return) and LF (Line Feed) are two different characters but MS based systems require both together to signify the end of a line in a text file. This is needed when creating text files or variables where you need to start a new line or need tabs in a tab delimited file.

Macro Command Text

Variable Set to ASCII Char 9 to %Tab%
Variable Set to ASCII Char 10 to %LF%
Variable Set to ASCII Char 13 to %CR%

Macro Text

<VARIABLE SET TO ASCII CHAR Value="9" Destination="%Tab%"/>
<VARIABLE SET TO ASCII CHAR Value="10" Destination="%LF%"/>
<VARIABLE SET TO ASCII CHAR Value="13" Destination="%CR%"/>