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Javascript console.trace()

Where available it's also useful to know that the same stack trace is accessible as a property of the Error object. This can be useful for post-processing and gathering automated feedback.

function foo() {
 console.trace('My log statement');


My log statement VM696:1
 foo @ VM696:1
 (anonymous function) @ (program):1

var e = new Error('foo');


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