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sup() method creates a
element that causes a string to be displayed as superscript.
A string containing a
<sup> HTML element.
sup() method embeds a string in a
The following example uses the
sup() methods to format a string:
const superText = 'superscript'; const subText = 'subscript'; console.log('This is what a ' + superText.sup() + ' looks like.'); // "This is what a <sup>superscript</sup> looks like." console.log('This is what a ' + subText.sub() + ' looks like.'); // "This is what a <sub>subscript</sub> looks like."
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