console object provides access to the browser’s debugging console
this is why we had
.log() is a method on console object. This is also what you saw in the lesson, a console integrated in Codecademy Learning environment.
VScode seem to have some documentation on the mater:
you can also make a html file, link the JS file using
<script>, then open the html file with your browser, and use your browser built-in console.
ahh ok i got the chrome part but wbut the terminal ?
Do you run chrome browser separately or some kind of integration within VScode? If you run chrome separately , you can access the dev tools (f12 is the short-key) and then select the console tab
you should now better know what you are looking for
Figuring some of this out on your own, will give you a much better understanding then that I run you through all the steps. These challenges are part of programming. I can help you, but at the end of the day, you have to do it
If you need further help, I will of course help you.
But getting through this on your own, can possible teach you a lot more then someone guiding you through. Hope you can understand that
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