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just-j

how do i make a line break in fwrite()

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i want to do somthing like this..

fwrite($fo, this is NEWLINE);
fwrite($fo, a test NEWLINE);

and make the out come "
this is
a test
"
and not "
this isa test
"

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with fwrite($fo, $towrite \n);
i get Warning: Unexpected character in input: '\' (ASCII=92) state=1 in C:\wamp5\www\tbbc\forum\write.php on line 25

Parse error: parse error, unexpected T_STRING in C:\wamp5\www\tbbc\forum\write.php on line 25

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i did the fwrite($fo, $towrite . "\n");  and it dosent break to a new line in the .txt file..  it just adds this little block every where the \n is and keeps the text on the same line.  if i echo the .txt with php, then php recognises those blocks as line breaks  but that does me no good for what im tring to accomplish. 

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