Linked-lists...word wrap function

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Hello all,
          In my online door I am making I haven't decided yet whether to use li
nked arrays or just a set of arrays to use in a record description. The record
will have  a descr field in it. Basically each user will be allowed to own a ho
use and enter a description into the record house. I want a maximum of 30 lines
 of data for description, or they can enter less. On output, how would a linked
 list be used? Also, if I was just to use arrays, and not linked lists, how wou
ld I incorporate a word wrap function. This is what is confusing me. Thanx for
your help!

                                                     Dave Speringo