There'e a little problem (I think I get crazy time by time).
In C it's so easy to make a carriage return: printf("\n");
But what's up with C++ for Symbian?
for(iX=0; iX<iY; iX++)
gray = myArray[iX];
The only thing I do, is to write the integer-values of an array into a file. That works fine.
Here's a copy of the file:
111 0 0 119 255 255 255 255
But now I want to fill in some carriage returns (say after every third cycle of the loop).
That means 13 (for '\n'). But how to assign the control character?
The write()-method wants a buffer-deskriptor.
So my question is, how to break the lines?