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JavaScript | console.log() with Examples

The console.log() is a function in JavaScript which is used to print any kind of variables defined before in it or to just print any message that needs to be displayed to the user.

Syntax:

console.log(A);

Parameters: It accepts a parameter which can be an array, an object or any message.
Return value: It returns the value of the parameter given.
JavaScript codes to show the working of this function:

1) Passing a number as an argument: If the number is passed to the function console.log() then the function will display it.
Code #1:

<script>
var a = 2;
console.log(a);
</script>

Output:

2) Passing a string as an argument: If the string is passed to the function console.log(), then the function will display it.
Code #2:



<script>
var str = "GeeksforGeeks";
console.log(str);
</script>

/div>

Output:

3) Passing a char as an argument: If the char is passed to the function console.log(), then the function will display it.
Code #3:

<script>
var ch = '2';
console.log(ch);
</script>

Output:

4) Passing a message as an argument: If the message is passed to the function console.log(), then the function will display the given message.
Code #4:

<script>
console.log("GeeksforGeeks");
</script>

Output:

5) Passing a function as an argument: If the function is passed to the function console.log(), then the function will display the value of the passed function().
Code #5:

<script>
function func() { return (5 * 19); }
console.log(func());
</script>

Output:

6) Passing a number with message as an argument: If the number is passed to the function console.log(), then the function will display it along with the given message.
Code #6:

<script>
var a = 2;
console.log("The value of a is " + a);
</script>

Output:

7) Passing a string with message as an argument: If the string is passed to the function console.log(), then the function will display it along with the given message.
Code #7:

<script>
var str = "GeeksforGeeks";
console.log("The value of str is " + str);
</script>

Output:

8) Passing a char with message as an argument: If the char is passed to the function console.log(), then the function will display it along with the given message.
Code #8:

<script>
var ch = '2';
console.log("The value of ch is " + ch);
</script>

Output:



This article is attributed to GeeksforGeeks.org

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