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Console.trace in JavaScript

In yesterday's article, I showed you two ways to format your output to the console in JavaScript. If you have not read it, check it out here.

Today I wanted to show you another console command: console.trace().


The console.trace() method outputs a stack trace to the Web console.

Here is an example of how to use this:

function foo() {
  function bar() {


In the console, the following trace will be displayed:


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by Jennifer Bland

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