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Syntax

document.writeln(value,....)

The writeln() method appends the comma-separated argument(s) (value) to the document as a string.

The writeln() method appends a newline character to the document.

If any of the arguments are not strings, they are converted to strings before being appended to the document.

<html>
    <head><title>Movies</title></head>
    <script language="JavaScript">
    <!--

    document.writeln("<PRE>The title of this web page is called <u>");
    document.writeln(document.title,"</u></PRE>");
    -->

    </script>
    </html>










14.37.write
14.37.1.Writing to a Document
14.37.2.Use document.write() to output the HTML tags
14.37.3.Use document.write between the HTML tags
14.37.4.Output all array element with document.write
14.37.5.Do calculation in document.write
14.37.6.Escape quotation marks in document.write
14.37.7.Output the HTML tags by using the document.write
14.37.8.document.writeln()