JavaScript Program to Write to Console

In this example, you will learn to write a JavaScript program that will allow you to write to the console.

Example: Using console.log()

// program to write to console

// passing number 
console.log(8);

// passing string
console.log('hello');

// passing variable
const x = 'hello';
console.log(x);

// passing function
function sayName() {
    return 'Hello John';
}
console.log(sayName());

// passing string and a variable
const name = 'John';
console.log('Hello ' + name);

// passing object
let obj = {
    name: 'John',
    age: 28
}
console.log(obj);

Output

8
hello
hello
Hello John
Hello John
{
  age: 28,
  name: "John"
}

The console.log() method is used to write to the console. You can pass values directly into the method or pass a variable to write to a console.