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    Why is it printing '[Object]'?

    To explain my problem very briefly: I use document.write to print a string variable containing a string. The output I get is:

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    [object]
    What is that supposed to mean? Has anyone else encountered such a problem before? How did you fix it?

    Thanks,
    Dalal

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    It means your string isn;t a string, it's an object...try this code and see what it outputs:

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    alert(string.toSource());
    Regards, R.J.

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