Introduction to JavaScript – CONSOLE – Before you learn about data types and methods, you need to know how to print values to the console. The console.log() command is a tool that developers use to record the output of their JavaScript programs.

The console.log() command is used to print, or log, text to the console. Consider the following example:


In this example code above, Hello! is logged to the console. Notice, we denote the end of the line with a semicolon. Although your code will usually run as intended without a semicolon, it is best practice to always include one to ensure your code works as expected in situations when it does need one.

You’ll see in the next exercise that you can put any data type inside the parentheses to print it to the console.

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