Some browsers may not return HTML that exactly replicates the HTML source in an original document.
For example, Internet Explorer sometimes leaves off the quotes around attribute values if they contain only alphanumeric characters.
The following example displays a basic text field and a text area. Click the Launch button to run Text Demo using Java™ Web Start (download JDK 7 or later).
Alternatively, to compile and run the example yourself, consult the example index.
Note: We encourage you to specify the number of columns for each text field.
If you do not specify the number of columns or a preferred size, then the field's preferred size changes whenever the text changes, which can result in unwanted layout updates.
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Consider the following HTML: properties on links to absolute URLs, and Internet Explorer prior to version 9 will not correctly handle HTML5 elements without the addition of a separate compatibility layer. Note: In Internet Explorer up to and including version 9, setting the text content of an HTML element may corrupt the text nodes of its children that are being removed from the document as a result of the operation.
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