Line Feed in Logical Component Description with Python4Capella

Hi,
Does anyone know how to insert a line feed in the text of a logical component (set_description) with python4Capella?
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I tried :
model.start_transaction()
LC1.set_description(‘TEST \n TEST’)
model.commit_transaction()
It doen’t work :frowning:
Thanks
dvd

Hello
You might want to share it in the dedicated sub forum (scripting)
What about the error message?
And, what do you see when you do a “print(LC1)”?

You may try with print(‘TEST \r\n TEST’)

Hello,
Sorry for the bad sub forum! I will ask may further questions in the scripting sub forum !

‘TEST \r\n TEST’ doesn’t work :frowning_face:
There’s no error message → it is just just written ‘TEST TEST’ in the description field without line feed but also without ‘\r\n’ litteral expression!

Any other idea?
Should I ask the same question in the scripting sub forum?

Thank you for you reactivity!
dvd

Actually, “TEST
TEST” should work much better…

Hi,
LC1.set_description(’ TEST

TEST ') seems to be the solution
thanks
dvd

:slight_smile:
really funny these special characters!!

the characters for discribing a line feed is < and p and >
isn’t it?

This one would have also worked well probably:
HTML br tag (w3schools.com)

And that’s answers your question about < and > tags,

is for paragraph by the way. You can learn about tables, titles, images tags later aswell.

yes indeed, it seems to be even more suitable .
thank You KaBe.

See you on the forum!
dvd

Ah I did not see my comment was not rendered properly. What I suggested was “TEST<br/>TEST”

So, Thank you too, Stephane!