What is the Console.Log Function?

console.log is a function that writes out its arguments to a device. It’s a special binding expression that takes in the log properties from values held by the console binding.

For example, if you were to use console.log in a browser, the output would be on the JavaScript console.

You can access the JavaScript console screen by simply pressing the F12 button on your keyboard in Windows or CMD + Option + I on your Mac.

You can also find this console by searching in your browser settings for Developer tools.

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