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Using document.write() on the Current Window


function reWrite() {
    var newContent = "<HTML><HEAD><TITLE>A New Doc</TITLE></HEAD>"
    newContent += "<BODY><H1>This document is brand new.</H1>"
    newContent += "Click the Back button to see original document."
    newContent += "</BODY></HTML>";

<INPUT TYPE="button" VALUE="Replace Content" onClick="reWrite()">


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