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1. Use the browser developer tools
2. Use the console.log() method
The console.log() method is a simple and effective way to debug your code. It allows you to output messages to the console, which can help you understand what’s happening in your code. This is especially useful when working with loops or event handlers.
5. Use the debugger keyword
The debugger keyword can be placed in your code to pause execution and open the browser’s developer tools. This allows you to inspect the state of your application and check the values of variables at a specific point in time.
6. Use breakpoints