To get started, head over to https://nodejs.org and download the most stable release of NodeJS. It’s noteworthy to remember not to download the latest version since it may contain bugs and features that could be removed from the final version. Once you download NodeJS binaries, install it into your machine using the instructions provided on the page relative to your platform.
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How does main module gets access to require() ?
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I installed nodejs but npm is missing
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