JavaScript document.write() Method

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JavaScript document.write() Method

The document.write() method writes a string of text or HTML expressions to a document.

Note: If the document.write() call is embedded within an inlined HTML <script> tag, then it is necessary to call method before writing to a document and document.close() after writing to a document.

Warning: The document.write() method will delete all existing HTML, if it is used after a fully loaded HTML document.


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<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <body> <script>; document.write("Hello"); document.close(); </script> </body> </html>




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