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Making Debugging Easy With Console Wranglingby@razchiriac
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Making Debugging Easy With Console Wrangling

by Raz1mAugust 14th, 2022
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Have you ever used the console to log the console? No? You should try it. The console will show you what the console can do. Today we’ll talk about two of the functions available on the console object:`console.table()` and `console.trace()` Let’s say we have two objects: carA = {make: 'Ford', model: 'F150', year: '2018', color: 'white'}const carB = 'F250'const CarA = 'Ford'const.

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