create text node in javascript

Creating a text node in JavaScript is actually quite simple. To do so, you must first create a document object, then create a text node object, and finally insert it into the document. To create a document object, use the DOM API, specifically the document.createElement() method. You can then pass the desired text node name, for example 'textnode', into this method. This will create a new text node element in the document. The next step is to create a text node object. To do this, use the document.createTextNode() method, passing in the desired text value as a parameter. Now, if you need to set some properties on the text node, such as font size or color, you can do so by using the textNode.setAttribute() method. Finally, to insert the text node into the document, use the document.appendChild() method, passing in the text node object as a parameter. Here is an example of how to create a text node in JavaScript:

var textNode = document.createElement("textnode"); 
var textValue = document.createTextNode("My text node");
textNode.setAttribute("font-size", "14px"); 

This code creates a new text node, sets its font size, and then inserts it into the document.

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