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# (JavaScript programming Example for Beginners)

# JavaScript Program to Add Two Numbers

#### In this example, you will learn how to add two numbers and display their sum using various methods in JavaScript.

We use the addition operator `+`

to add two or more numbers.

## Example 1: Add Two Numbers

```
let num1 = 5;
let num2 = 3;
// add two numbers
let sum = num1 + num2;
// display the sum
console.log('The sum of ' + num1 + ' and ' + num2 + ' is: ' + sum);
```

**Output**

The sum of 5 and 3 is: 8

## Example 2: Add Two Numbers Entered by the User

```
// store input numbers
let num1 = prompt('Enter the first number ');
let num2 = prompt('Enter the second number ');
//add two numbers
let sum = num1 + num2;
// display the sum
console.log(`The sum of ${num1} and ${num2} is ${sum}`);
```

**Output**

Enter the first number 5 Enter the second number 3 The sum of 5 and 3 is: 8

The above program asks the user to input two numbers. Here, `prompt()`

is used to take inputs from the user.

```
let num1 = prompt('Enter the first number ');
let num2 = prompt('Enter the second number ');
```

Then, the sum of the numbers is computed.

`let sum = num1 + num2;`

Finally, the sum is displayed. To display the result, we have used the template literal `` ``

. This allows us to include variables inside strings.

`console.log(`The sum of ${num1} and ${num2} is ${sum}`);`

To include variables inside ````

, you need to use the `${variable}`

format.

## JS Example for Beginners: JavaScript Program to Add Two Numbers

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