Translate Carriage Returns In Textarea?

i have this in a form

Code: [Select]<textarea id='textarea' name='tweet' maxlength=140 >


How To Feed Out The Text With Carriage Returns In A <textarea>?

I get input from a <textarea>. If my visitor adds carriage returns, the script changes them into <br>'s before reading the input into a text file. But when I read the text file back into the <textarea> (so that my visitor can make revisions to the original without having to type the whole thing over), it's one long line--no carriage returns. Anybody know how to feed out the text with carriage returns in a <textarea>? What do I change the <br>'s back into? n doesn't work. rn doesn't work. ?

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