2- As far as I understand, this is a false positive error code so I'm not sure what this means.
As per IBM Site:
Error Code #0x0000001c, also known as Error 104, is an error code that can appear in either of the following situations:
On the mainframe or on another RAC operating system, when an attempt is made to access an area of storage that was not allocated to the user that issued the request.
IBM Site: Error Code #0x0000001c, also known as Error 104, is an error code that can appear in either of the following situations:
When an application program sends a command to the mainframe or to another RAC operating system that does not have access to a requested region of storage, that the operating system can't handle
In other words, it is related to disk access permissions/rights. You should call your service provider and check with them.
Using AppendText to add line breaks in a richtextbox
I'm trying to add a line break every time I click the button. The code below works and adds a line break to a rich text box. But it's always the same line break every time I press the button. And I don't want that.
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Use Environment.NewLine instead.
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