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Document.writeln() Method

Name

Document.writeln() Method---append data and newline to a document

Availability

Navigator 2.0, Internet Explorer 3.0

Synopsis

document.writeln(value,...)

Arguments

value

An arbitrary JavaScript value that is to be appended to document. If the value is not a string, it is converted to one before being appended.

...

Any number (zero or more) of additional values to be appended (in order) to document.

Returns

nothing

Description

Document.writeln() behaves just like Document.write() except that after appending all of its arguments to document, it also appends a newline character. See Document.write() for more information on this method.

Newline characters are not usually displayed in HTML documents, so in general, it is only useful to use Document.writeln() when writing text to appear in a <PRE> or <XMP> environment, or when writing to a document opened with a mime type of "text/plain".

See Also

"Document", "Document.clear()", "Document.close()", "Document.open()", "Document.write()"


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