Very dumb question

Laszlo Zsolt Nagy gandalf at
Wed Oct 12 17:03:01 CEST 2005

>i. e. a character after a 'carriage return' ('\r') overwrites part of the
>string which therefore doesn't seem to grow. Try 
>print repr(data[:51]) 
>to see what's really in your data string.
Yes, that was it! Thanks for you help. I thought it will be something 
The server returned carriage returns in the HTML source code, and I 
tried to print that. :-)


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