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JavaScript String sup() Method

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Example

Display a string as superscript text:

var str = "Hello World!";
var result = str.sup();

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Definition and Usage

The sup() method is not standard, and may not work as expected in all browsers.

The sup() method is used to display a string as superscript text.

This method returns the string embedded in the <sup> tag, like this:

<sup>string</sup>


Browser Support

Method
sup() Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Syntax

string.sup()

Parameters

None.

Technical Details

Return Value: A string embedded in the <sup> tag
JavaScript Version: 1.0

Examples

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Example

A demonstration of related methods:

var txt = "Hello World!";

document.write("The original string: " + txt);
document.write("<p>Big: " + txt.big() + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Small: " + txt.small() + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Bold: " + txt.bold() + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Italic: " + txt.italics() + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Fixed: " + txt.fixed() + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Strike: " + txt.strike() + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Fontcolor: " + txt.fontcolor("green") + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Fontsize: " + txt.fontsize(6) + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Subscript: " + txt.sub() + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Superscript: " + txt.sup() + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Link: " + txt.link("http://www.w3schools.com") + "</p>");
document.write("<p>Blink: " + txt.blink() + " (works only in Opera)</p>");

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