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JavaScript Objects: Strings


In our last tutorial we covered JavaScript Errors. We learned to work with the OnError event, the Try...Catch statement, and Throw to create exceptions. In this episode we will go over JavaScript String Objects and learn to use them.

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By: James Payne
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January 14, 2008
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · JavaScript Objects: Strings
  2. · Length Property
  3. · Prototype
  4. · The Anchor() Method
  5. · The Big() Method
  6. · The Bold() Method

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JavaScript Objects: Strings - The Bold() Method
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If you would like to display bold text in JavaScript, you can use the Bold() method. Here it is in code:


<html>

<body>


<script type="text/javascript">


var example="Look at how bold I am!"



document.write("<p>Here is some bold text: " + example.bold() + "</p>")


</script>


</body>

</html>

Which results in:

  Here is some bold text: Look at how bold I am!

The Italics() Method

Similar to the Bold() method is the Italics() method, which of course displays text in...you guessed it, italics.


<html>

<body>


<script type="text/javascript">


var example="This is Italicized!"


document.write("<p>Behold!: " + example.italics() + "</p>")


</script>


</body>

</html>

With the result being:

  Behold!: This is Italicized!

Well that's it for this exciting episode. Stay tuned for the next article in the series where we discuss more String Objects, and hopefully some that aren't quite so obvious.

Thanks again for dropping by!

Till then...


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