(Windows system, if that makes a difference)
If there is a website (or a text file, or whatever) that has, say, the following:
And I select all of that and do CTRL-C to put it in my windows paste buffer
And in the session manager, let's say I have:
A←⍞⋄B←⍞⋄C←⍞ and hit enter and then do CTRL-V, so that will all paste, what happens is the last line only goes into A, and B and C are still waiting for input. I'm trying to understand why that is. I would logically expect one of two results: either A gets assigned the first line, B the second line and C the third line, or, barring that, A gets the whole thing as a catenated string, possibly with a control character or two between two lines. Or perhaps, even a third possibility, A becomes a 3 by 50 character matrix
So, my question is three-fold:
1) How/why is a pasted line break treated differently than manually pressing enter?
2) What happened to the first two input lines? They've gone into the ether, somewhere.
3) Is there any setting or massaging of the original data that I can make/do to change this?
(It should be noted, btw, that if I do a ctrl-V in a function window, it properly treats it as 3 separate lines)