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Language: JavaScript
Expertise: Intermediate
May 18, 2005

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Display Alert Messages on Separate Lines

Everybody knows that the alert() function in JavaScript is used to display messages in a dialog box. For example, the following code:

alert('Hello Prakash');
will pop up with this message:

'Hello Prakash'.
But suppose you want the Hello on one line and Prakash in another? You can do this by using '\n' in between the words, like this:

(eg) alert('Hello \n Prakash');
Santhi Maadhaven
 
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