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By Sam Deering

Make it safe to use console.log always

By Sam Deering
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Make it safe to use console.log always with this handy little JavaScript code snippet. Console.log’s can break in Internet explorer and other browsers with console disabled, better safe then sorry!

Also see: Lightweight wrapper for Firebug console.log

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(function(a){function b(){}for(var c="assert,count,debug,dir,dirxml,error,exception,group,groupCollapsed,groupEnd,info,log,markTimeline,profile,profileEnd,time,timeEnd,trace,warn".split(","),d;!!(d=c.pop());){a[d]=a[d]||b;}})
(function(){try{console.log();return window.console;}catch(a){return (window.console={});}}());
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