Example 1: Hello world program
// Hello world example
Example 2: Add two numbers
let num1 = 5;
let num2 = 6;
let res = num1 + num2;
console.log('The sum of ' + num1 + ' and ' + num2 + ' is ' + res);
The sum of 5 and 6 is 11
Example 3: Change the text in web page
<title>ExampleHub example page</title>
document.getElementById('my_button').innerHTML = "New";
outputs web page with a button labeled
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