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Use the log method on the console object to print out the name variable.
for the******** ....what this **** means
Thomas Nilsen14,957 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 Lantigua5,938 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";