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Select a page to view from the panel below. list of Functions 1. echo() - Nov 16 2012 2. print() - Nov 16 2012 3. function_exists() - Nov 16 2012 4. strlen() - Nov 16 2012 5. strpos() - Nov 16 2012 6. str_replace() - Nov 16 2012 7. findLast() - Nov 16 2012 8. up() - Nov 16 2012 9. down() - Nov 16 2012 10. storage() - Nov 17 2012 11. FormValidate() - Nov 16 2012 12. isset() - Nov 16 2012 13. changeTitle() - Nov 16 2012 14. str_rev() - Nov 16 2012 15. get() - Nov 16 2012 16. count() - Nov 16 2012 17. len() - Nov 16 2012 18. stripslashes() - Nov 16 2012 19. strip_tags() - Nov 16 2012 20. show_tags() - Nov 24 2012 21. split() - Nov 16 2012 22. grab() - Dec 15 2012 23. findLinks() - Nov 16 2012 MISCELLANEOUS 1. Get Started - Nov 14 2012 2. Functions in FuncJS - Nov 16 2012 3. Leave Feedback - Nov 02 2012
echo()
The echo() function from FuncJS allows you to quickly display text and/or numbers onto the screen, without having to use JavaScript's document.write() function, but both work well alongside each other.

Syntax:
echo(value);


Example:
<html>
<head>
<script type="text/javascript">
if(3 < 4) {
echo("That's correct!");
//equivalent to document.write("That's correct!");
} else {
echo("What?!!!");
}
</script>
</head>
</html>


This function also stores the value outputted into the Web Console, and it doesn't bear any significance to the functioning of this function. If you'd like, you can remove this feature from the source code.