Learn to use and read output from the console.log() method in JavaScript. Handy for reading values during application development, helpful for debugging, seeing script errors and more.

var mystring = “hello world”;
console.log( mystring );

Google Chrome – Ctrl + Shift + J
Firefox – Ctrl + Shift + K
IE – F12 Key then click the console button

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