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JavaScript Node.js Basics (2014) Introduction to Node.js The Console

Use the log method on the console object to print out the name variable.

for the******** ....what this **** means

app.js
var name = "Andrew";
var details = { favouriteLanguage: "JavaScript", age: 31, children: 2.4 } 
var errorMessage = "Something bad has occurred";

function print(name) {
  var outputDiv = document.getElementById('output');
  outputDiv.innerHTML = name;
}

console.log({ name: "Andrew" });  

thats what i am doing....this **** is making me crazy

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,704 Points

TREEHOUSE MODERATOR has edited your answer for appropriate language use in the Community Forum (See Treehouse Terms & Conditions. The Community is a place to connect with other students for help; however, offensive and inappropriate language will not accepted. Yes, coding can be frustrating, but please watch your language used in the Community.

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4 Answers

Thomas Nilsen
Thomas Nilsen
14,957 Points
console.log(name);                     //Challenge 1
console.dir(details);                    //Challenge 2
console.error(errorMessage);     //Challenge 3

here is the answer:

console.log(name); console.dir(details); console.error(errorMessage);

Answer of challenge 2 is : console.dir(details)

Carlos Lantigua
Carlos Lantigua
5,938 Points

ughhh they purposely put in an error on the last line to make any follow on code not work.. this hurts my soul

const errorMessage = "Something bad has occurred";