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There are a number of other ways to use console methods to make debugging more easier. Let's take a look at each one individually with some samples.
The following are the most commonly used console.log and other consoles methods:
console.log() : For general logging information output.
console.info() : Informative information logging.
console.debug() : Sends a message to the console with the debug log level.
console.warn() : Displays a warning message on the console.
console.error() : Displays an error message on the console.
If the condition is false, an error message occurs on the console. Nothing will display if the assertion is true.
It is used to Clear the console.
Count the number of times the supplied label has been used to call this line.
console.group() and console.groupEnd()
In the Web console log, the console.group() method produces a new inline group. This adds an extra level of indentation to subsequent console messages until console.groupEnd() is called.
The console.table() method creates a table from tabular data. The table's first column will be designated (index). If data is an array, the values will be the indices of the array. If data is an object, the property names will be the values.
console.time() and console.timeEnd()
You can use the console.time() method to start a timer to track how long an action takes. When you call console.timeEnd() with the same name as the timer, the browser will output the time in milliseconds that has elapsed since the timer began.
This method presents a trace of the code's path to a certain location.
When passing a string to one of the console methods we could use string substitutions and pass the params after the message that we want to display.
Custom CSS styles for a console.log()
Do your console messages all have the same appearance? It won't be the same from now on; make your logs more appealing to the things that matter most to you.
What if you simply wanted to colour one word from the log message? So there you have it.
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