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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Introducing JavaScript Review Introducing JavaScript

console.log () wrong

Why is this wrong?

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Finish the code below to write the message "I'm a programmer!" to the web page:

The answer is not console.log(). Console.log() writes the message into the console, whereas document.write() writes the message to the web page.

Hope that helped!