replit node version

What is Replit Node Version?

Replit is an online code editor that offers a wide range of programming languages. Replit Node Version refers to the version of Node.js that is currently being used on the Replit platform. Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform, back-end JavaScript runtime environment that runs on Chrome's V8 Engine. It is used to build scalable network applications.

Replit currently supports Node.js versions 8, 10, 12, and 14. These versions can be selected from the Run menu in the Replit editor.

How to Check Replit Node Version?

To check the Replit Node Version, you can use the following command in the Replit shell:

$ node -v

This will display the current version of Node.js that is being used on the Replit platform.

How to Change Replit Node Version?

If you want to use a different version of Node.js in Replit, you can change the Node Version by using the following steps:

  1. Click on the Run button in the Replit editor.
  2. Select the "Change Run Settings" option from the dropdown menu.
  3. Select the desired Node.js version from the "Language" dropdown menu and click on "Done".
  4. Re-run your code to use the updated version of Node.js.

You can also change the Node version by using the following command in the Replit shell:

$ nvm use [version]

Replace [version] with the desired Node.js version number. This will switch to the specified version of Node.js in Replit.

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