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Josh Sanderson I noticed the same limitation. These provide simple shorthands for quickly selecting elements in your DOM structure. Code should not ship with console.log out in the open, one major reason being IE. I think this topic need be moderated.

Paul's use of Array.prototype.slice.call() is great because you can pass along any amount and variety of objects, strings, functions, etc directly to the console. If you want to check for it in your code make sure you check for for it within the window property if (window.console) console.log(msg) this throws an exception in IE9 and Thanks Kenny. –windowskm Jul 3 '12 at 15:41 11 What about var console = console || { log: function() {} }; –lorddev Oct 31 '12 at 3:08 9 @lorddev Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 coredumperror CreditAttribution: coredumperror commented October 29, 2013 at 11:05pm Title: IE 8 causes 'console' is undefined » IE 8 throws "console is http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3326650/console-is-undefined-error-for-internet-explorer

codinghorror (Jeff Atwood) 2015-01-19 03:12:14 UTC #7 Also checking browser stats today, IE9 is quite rare. To add a "console.debug" command, you might add the following code snippets to your JavaScript code: Copy console.debug = function(name, value) { console.warn("DEBUG: " + name + "==" + value); } Not the actual one which produced the error will be displayed, but the one where override is happened.

var log = function () { // Modern browsers if (typeof console != 'undefined' && typeof console.log == 'function') { // Opera 11 if (window.opera) { var i = 0; while It will output a timestamp to the console, showing the number of milliseconds since the current webpage loaded. Browse other questions tagged javascript logging internet-explorer-9 or ask your own question. If your webpage has no iframes, the only selection will be "_top." Messages Internet Explorer sends to the console By default settings, the Console won't show any messages until you start

For example, to view a variable value, type the name in the console and press Enter. Also, if you then close the developer tools window, the console object will continue to remain available for the life of that particular browser tab. Mike Taylor You should update the part about Opera-Dragonfly has changed in how it handles the arguments now (and it looks nothing like your screenshot anymore :P). https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg589530(v=vs.85).aspx This is the reason apply and call are undefined on those methods.

For what it's worth, you can still use some Function.prototype methods on console methods with a little bind() magic: var log = Function.prototype.bind.call(console.log, console); log.apply(console, ["this", "is", "a", "test"]); //-> "thisisatest" Message strings can consist of text, variables, or expression results, or combinations of all of them. When you click the file name that follows a message, you open the Debugger tool and load the file in the script pane. This following line will work too: if (typeof console == "undefined") var console = { log: function() {} }; except there might be some browser in which console is defined, but

Type script into the multiline window, and then click the Run script button to execute. http://kevinquillen.com/ie/2014/06/11/ie-console-woes assert(expression, message)window.console.assert((x == 1), "assert message: x != 1");Prints a "message" if "expression" evaluates to false. by Scott Nelson in code At some point, a year or two ago, my Windows VMWare instance stopped working. You can also just check generically by just testing for the console object: JavaScript Copy if (window.console){ // Add console commands here. } window.console The following table shows the syntax and

clear()window.console.clear();Clears messages from the console. All script entered in the command line executes in the global scope of the currently selected window. In unsupported browsers, this function simply returns. Log in or register to post comments Comment #8 kevinquillen CreditAttribution: kevinquillen commented April 10, 2015 at 1:34pm It needs to be removed.

Assertions Assertions are another shorthand for speeding up developer workflow. I did download the IE9 vm which is 3.5 gb, but it's hard to make time on MLK day with 3 kids at home, etc. Log in or register to post comments Add child issue, clone issue News itemsDrupal news Planet Drupal Association news Social media directory Security announcements Jobs Our communityCommunity Getting involved Services, Training With the hook_requirements, you can not worry about the .info and .module changes because the module will only enable once the library is present.

If you want added protection, you can always include this polyfill from Mozilla's developer docs which will enable the method for IE7/8 and other older browsers. and using console.log() in those browser will cause an error. If I could give +2 I would for providing a link to you own log4javascript.

Paul_Wilkins 2008-10-05 19:57:10 UTC #2 That sounds like an interesting idea.

When using this code, the line number is always the same, located within consolelog.js.This might just be a necessary tradeoff when using a cross browser logging abstraction with all the functionality Bug. Even when window.console.log is defined, window.console.log.apply and window.console.log.call are undefined. When the debugger is active, the method console.log is defined and executes normally.

console.groupCollapsed() begins a collapsible group in a collapsed state. To navigate to an error location in your code, click the source information provided in the error. Hopefully after writing this post I’ll never forget this again. New in Windows 8.1 Update, the console gives you more intelligent logging.

I did not notice that your log function was a stand alone function & not a method of console that you were over writing the original method. DeanMarkTaylor (Dean Taylor) 2015-02-17 14:45:39 UTC #18 I believe this topic can be closed thanks to your commit @eviltrout github.com FIX: (for IE9) if `console.log` doesn't exist, make it an noop. Only pass the unquoted name or ID value as the parameter.   To return to the top level window, use cd() with no argument. From this image, you can see that Internet Explorer system messages have three categories.

The media_colourbox module is packaged up with Open Atrium, which is updated regularly, so this bug in media_colourbox will need to be patched every time we update our Open Atrium installation