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HTML DOM writeln() Method

Document Object Reference Document Object

Definition and Usage

The writeln() method is identical to the write() method, with the addition of writing a newline character after each statement.

Syntax

document.writeln(exp1,exp2,exp3,...)

Parameter Description
exp1,exp2,exp3,... Optional. What to write to the output stream. Multiple arguments can be listed and they will be appended to the document in order of occurrence


Browser Support

Internet Explorer Firefox Opera Google Chrome Safari

The writeln() method is supported in all major browsers.


Example

Example

Difference between write() and writeln():

<html>
<body>

<p>Note that write() does NOT add a new line after each statement:</p>

<pre>
<script>
document.write("Hello World!");
document.write("Have a nice day!");
</script>
</pre>


<p>Note that writeln() add a new line after each statement:</p>

<pre>
<script>
document.writeln("Hello World!");
document.writeln("Have a nice day!");
</script>
</pre>

</body>
</html>

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