I'll start with the code:  var s = ["hi"]; console.log(s); s[0] = "bye"; console.log(s);   Simple, right?  In response to this, Firebug says:  ["hi"] ["bye"]   Wonderful, but Chrome's JavaScript console (7.0....
According to this post it was in the beta, but it's not in the release?...
If you run this in the chrome console:  console.log.apply(null, [array])   Chrome gives you back an error:  // TypeError: Illegal Invocation   Why? (Tested on Chrome 15 via OSX)...
I was wondering if I could clear up the console with some command..  console.log(), can print... is there a command to clear up console?..  I've tried to console.log(console); and got this functions below...   assert: function assert() { [nativ...
How do I print debug messages in the Google Chrome JavaScript Console?  Please note that the JavaScript Console is not the same as the JavaScript Debugger; they have different syntaxes AFAIK, so the print command in JavaScript Debugger will not wor...
Is there a simpler (native perhaps?) way to include an external script file in the Google Chrome browser?  Currently I’m doing it like this:  document.head.innerHTML += '<script src="http://example.com/file.js"></script>&#...
Looks like I've re-invented the wheel, but somehow this isn't working in Internet Explorer 9, but does in IE6.  function debug()   if(!window.console) {      window.console = { log: function() { /* do something */ } };   }   console.log.app...
Recently I installed node.js on my Windows 7 machine.   On execution of JavaScript, I get an undefined message along with successful execution of the expression.   What's wrong here? I have not noticed any other side effects....
I would like to change the context of the javascript executed in the webkit developer tool/firebug console to execute its code like it is running from inside an iframe on the page.  I know I could do this by opening the page in the iframe on a separa...
I'd like to use console.log() to log messages without appending a new line after each call to console.log(). Is this possible?...

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