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JavaScript Introduction to Programming Basics Writing Your Program

Prachi Bhatnagar
Prachi Bhatnagar
4,531 Points

Error in console.log("")

I am unable to print the string in javascript console. I am getting an error in the code saying 'console was used before it was defined'. I made a file myscript.js and wrote console.log("Hello world!"); in it. I have added to my html as per below : <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>Naulakha Essentials</title> <script scr="myscript.js"></script>

</head>

2 Answers

So the script tag has scr="myscript.js". Change the scr to src.

Prachi Bhatnagar
Prachi Bhatnagar
4,531 Points

oops!!! Thanks a lot :) resolved!

No problem. Happy coding