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In the previous lesson, we used console.log() to send output to the console. But what actually is console.log() doing?

console.log is a method used to print output to the console. It takes in input (called arguments) and writes them to the console. For example, I could write console.log("test") to print test to the console. I can also use console.log to print out numbers to the console: console.log(59). Check out the code example to see how else console.log can be used.

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