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tsc is the command line tool for the TypeScript compiler. It compiles TypeScript code into JavaScript code, making it compatible with the browser or any JavaScript runtime environment.

You can use the tsc command to compile your TypeScript code by running the following command in your terminal or command prompt:


This command will compile all TypeScript files in your project that are specified in your tsconfig.json file. If you want to compile a specific TypeScript file, you can specify the file name after the tsc command, like this:

tsc index.ts

The tsc command has several options and flags that you can use to customize the compilation process. For example, you can use the --target option to specify the version of JavaScript to compile to, or the --outDir option to specify the output directory for the compiled JavaScript files.

You can run tsc --help to see a list of all the available options and flags.

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