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Get Line From Paragraph

By Tim Hollobon,

This script creates a function fnGetLineFromParagraph. Returns the line of the specified number from the string passed in.


Assume Carriage Return Line Feed terminator.
Returns black string if linenum < 1 or linenum > n where is the number of lines present in the string.

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