Below, you can see the output from these two logs. The first clearly shows the full object with the property I'm trying to access, but on the very next line of code, I can't access it with config.col_id_3 (see the "undefined" in the...
I followed a tutorial for creating a JavaScript stopwatch and am trying to expand it to work with multiple stopwatches (multiple instances of a class).  The problem I have is when I am trying to display the current value while the clock is ticking...
I was helping a colleague debug some code today and I noticed a strange behavior with console.log() in Google Chrome:  It appears that if you:   Create a nested array (e.g., [[345,"test"]]) Log the array to the console with console.log(). M...
I'm working on an AngularJS app. When I console.log an object (the attrs parameter of directive linking function) the browser show unconsistent results for the parameter "editable" (see image). In Chrome, the property gets valued as both...
Every time i try to use console.log i get this kind of error.     ERROR: Unexpected console statement. [no-console] console.log(name + '   is a ' + age + ' years old ' + job + ' who is married ' + isMarried +   ' . ');...
In Python:  print [1,2], '\n', [3,4]   would print  [1,2] [3,4]   In Javascript:  console.log([1,2],'\n',[3,4])   prints  [1,2] '\n' [3,4]   What is the equivalent Javascript statement to the above Python print?...
I feel like I'm going crazy but alert() and console.log() refuses to work anywhere on Firefox 26.   At first I thought it was my own website's problem, but I cannot for the life of me to get it to work via javascript: urls, Firebug, I even tr...
How My Question is Different From Others  I am using ES6 syntax. The other questions I looked at uses ES5 syntax.  The Question  Why does alert(); run before console.log();? And can I make it so that console.log(); is executed before alert();?  My Co...
I'm trying to understand how js prototypes and classes work, and I'm using Chrome's console.log to print and have a look at the state of my objects while I add new properties etc.  This is the code I'm using: (fiddle)  function Person...
In Node.js, if I have a method that throws an exception, console.log statements from that method don't fire. I recognize that in the simple test case below that I should catch the exception from the readFileSync call, or otherwise be defensive ab...

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