Learning Console.* in Javascript DevTool

Learning to use the Console.* functions in Javascript is a great way to debug your code and quickly check the values of variables. To access the console in your browser's DevTool, simply open it and click the Console tab. This will open the console window which can be used to execute JavaScript commands.

The most commonly used Console.* functions are console.log(), console.warn() and console.error(). The console.log() function can be used to log whatever message you want to the console, such as variables and their values. The console.warn() and console.error() functions are similar, but they are used to log messages that are warnings and errors, respectively. These types of messages are useful for quickly debugging your code and tracking down any issues.

In addition to the three standard Console.* functions, there are several others that can be used for more advanced debugging and logging. For example, the console.table() function can be used to create a table in the console to easily view data in a structured format. The console.time() and console.timeEnd() functions can be used to measure the performance of specific code by timing how long it takes to execute.

Using the various Console.* functions in your browser's DevTool can be a great way to quickly and easily debug your code. With a few lines of JavaScript, you can get detailed information about what's going on in your code and quickly track down any issues.

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