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Positive and Negative Number Checker in NodeJS

I wrote this simple program using NodeJS to ask the user to give a number and then the program will check and determine if the given number is a positive or negative number.

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Sample Program Output
// num.js
/* Positive and Negative Number Checker in NodeJS    */
/* March 22,2020  Thursday   4:57 PM  */
// Bacolod City,Negros Occidental Philippines
/* Written By: Mr. Jake R. Pomperada   */

var readline = require('readline');

var rl = readline.createInterface({
    input: process.stdin,
    output: process.stdout
});

console.log('\n');
console.log('Positive and Negative Number in NodeJS\n');
console.log('Author : Jake R. Pomperada');
console.log('\n');
rl.question('Enter first value : ', function (x) {
    var a = parseInt(x);


    if (isNaN(a))      {
        console.log('\n');
        console.log("The given value is not a number. Try Again.");
      } else if (a>=0) {
        console.log('\n');
        console.log('The given number ',a, ' is a Positive Number.');
      }
      else {
        console.log('\n');
        console.log('The given number ',a, ' is a Negative Number.');
      }
      console.log('\n');
      console.log('End of Program');
      rl.close();
    
});