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Log a value to the Console

Written byPhuoc Nguyen
27 Feb, 2021
There are a few ways to log a value to the Console, but using object destructuring is the convenient and short one.
const fullName = 'John Doe';

console.log('full name' + fullName);
console.log('full name', fullName);

// Better: use template string
console.log(`full name: ${fullName}`);

// Best: use object destructuring
console.log({ fullName }); // { fullName: 'John Doe' }

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