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document.getElementById returning null in IE browser but working fine in Edge and firefox

 
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document.getElementById returning null in IE browser but working fine in Edge and firefox
     I am getting undefined value while returning
       document.getElementById() but the same code is executed successfully
       in firefox and Edge browser tried using window.onload and addlistener  
       but getting the same error
       found a couple of similar questions but the suggested solutions don't      
       work out in my case
       below is my code which i have written
     

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Welcome to the Ranch.

In future posts please be sure to UseCodeTags when posting code. I have added them to the above post for you.

Nowhere in your code do you show us where an element with the id loading is created.
 
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