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A steady two‐dimensional magnetohydrodynamic boundary‐layer flow on a flat plate with a uniform transpiration through the plate which is kept at a constant temperature is considered. Heat transfer at the plate is found to increase with the Joule heating, the transpiration number, the magnetic interaction number, and the Prandtl number. The temperature profile is substantially altered by transpiration, magnetic interaction, and the Prandtl number.