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hi the code shows the output of both within the document.write("Welcome to my world!!!
")and outside (Enjoy your stay...) its prints both
what is the difference of that

What I have tried:

HTML
<Html> <head> <title>my javascript page</title> </head>  <body> hello! ! ! <Br> <script> document.write("welcome to my world! ! ! <Br>"); </script> enjoy your stay...<br> </body> </HTML>


output:
Hello!!!
Welcome to my world!!!
Enjoy your stay...
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Updated 28-Nov-17 0:52am
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Richard MacCutchan 28-Nov-17 6:52am
   
Please do not put your test code as the question title.

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No difference, it is doing what you coded. The text in HTML tags is on the page, and the text in the script is added when the script runs. In your case the script will run when the page is loaded. See HTML Tutorial[^] for further information.
   

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