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A note about console.log in IE8 and Below

I just wanted to pass along a quick note regarding the use of console.log in relation to JavaScript. I found out yesterday, the hard way :) that IE8 throws a script error when using console.log unless the IE console is open prior to the page being loaded. I know we all hate IE, but in a world where it still exsists I though I'd mention this to everyone, thanks!

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The unfortunate thing is that it comes on every Windows PC made. IE should DEFINITELY be optional. But since it is not, thanks Andrew for this information.

So what if it throws an error? You're supposed to remove console.log in production!