ISMA309


Write and Writeln

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In order to output text in JavaScript you must use write() or writeln(). Here’s an example:

	<HTML>
		<HEAD>
			<TITLE> Welcome to my site</TITLE>
		</HEAD>
		<BODY>
			<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT">
			<!--
			document.write("Welcome to my site!");
		</SCRIPT>
		</BODY>
	</HTML>

Note: the document object write is in lowercase as JavaScript is case sensitive. The difference between write and writeln is: write just outputs a text, writeln outputs the text and a line break.

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