Create an EMI calculator using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Here’s some sample HTML code for an EMI calculator form:

  <label>Loan Amount:</label>
  <input type="text" id="loanAmount">
  <label>Interest Rate:</label>
  <input type="text" id="interestRate">
  <label>Loan Term (in months):</label>
  <input type="text" id="loanTerm">
  <button type="button" onclick="calculateEMI()">Calculate EMI</button>

This code creates a form with three input fields for the loan amount, interest rate, and loan term. It also includes a button that, when clicked, will call a JavaScript function called “calculateEMI().”

You can then use JavaScript to retrieve the values from the form inputs and use those values to calculate the EMI.

function calculateEMI() {
  var loanAmount = document.getElementById("loanAmount").value;
  var interestRate = document.getElementById("interestRate").value;
  var loanTerm = document.getElementById("loanTerm").value;
  var interest = (interestRate/100) / 12;
  var emi = (loanAmount * interest * Math.pow(1 + interest, loanTerm)) / (Math.pow(1 + interest, loanTerm) - 1);
  document.getElementById("EMI").innerHTML = emi;

Here, the function retrieves the values from the inputs, calculate the EMI using a mathematical formula, and set the result on HTML element with id “EMI”

You can add CSS styles to the form and result to make it more visually appealing, and add input validation and error handling to ensure that the user enters valid values.