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@Trim Function In R5 Converts Horizontal Tab Characters [@Char(9)] Into Spaces [@Char(32)]

Problem:

The @Trim() function in Notes R5 converts Horizontal Tab characters [@Char(9)]
into spaces [@Char(32)]

Steps to Reproduce Problem:
1. Create a Form with a Computed or Computed for Display field on it; call it
FIELD1.
2. Create a second field of the same field type on the same form; call it
FIELD2.
3. Enter the following Value formulas:
FIELD1: "A" + @Char(9) + "B"
FIELD2: @Trim(FIELD1)

4. Save and close the form.
5. Create a document using that form. Note that the Horizontal Tab from FIELD1
is converted into a Space in FIELD2.

The behavior of @Trim() in R5 is inconsistent with earlier versions of Notes,
namely Notes R4. This new behavior is undocumented.

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