Let's look at an example that fully demonstrates this. Not only is this clumsy, but when the string text happens to include an angular bracket or an ampersand, it is also wrong.
When the syntax is beautiful and the semantics are clear, the program will be like a stately tree. In case you were wondering, here is what the script told me to watch: I guess that is what I am going to do for the next few hours.
You can get access to any arguments passed to a function with the arguments array, but how do you call a function when you do not know how many arguments you have?
Furthermore, the basic knowledge that the cook is supposed to have corresponds to the functions and other constructs that are available to the programmer. Further reading. For now, we are too lazy for this.
When it has content, there is a content property, containing an array of other elements contained in this element.