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JavaScript DOM Scripting By Example Adding and Removing Names Registering Names

function Text() { [native code] }, showed me that in li value??

the input value not showing in li elements , just showing this?

function Text() { [native code] },, how to solve?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
220,415 Points

That just means you were looking at the function itself.

And since this function is internal to the JavaScript system, it just shows "[native code]" for the contents.

You might have been trying to see the results of calling the function. Remember, when calling a function you put parentheses after the name, even if no argument is being passed. Did you type "Text" instead of "Text()"?

Or perhaps you were looking for a property named "text" but typed "Text" (with capital "T") instead?

For more detailed analysis, remember to show the actual command you were using.