FAQ: Introduction to JavaScript - Console


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Introduction To JavaScript

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Hello,im new at the programing world,can someone give me tips?


So now Javascript uses console.log() to print to the console and not print or println as before?


I wrote Console.log(24);
got error then wrote console.log(24); then got output .
means javascript is case sensitive.


yes you’re right JS is case sensitive which means TIME and Time are two different things for JS to handle


I’m new as well, but so far I find it fun to learn. Look for free sources on the internet and do practice whenever you can to get comfortable with this art form. Best of luck in this journey