log value

Write a name:value pair as a line of text to the console output.

console.logValue("x", 0);

A name:value pair is a string that has both a name for a value and the value itself. If you want to send a temperature value of 32 degrees as a name:value pair, it would go to the console output as this: “temperature:32”. This is a good way to connect a number value to its meaning.

So, ||console:log value|| does this but you give the name and the value as two parts and it sends it as a pair.


  • name: a string that is the name part of the name:value pair
  • value: a number that is the value part of the name:value pair


Send name:value pairs for odd and even numbers to the console output.

for (let i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
    if (i % 2 > 0) {
        console.logValue("odd", i)
    } else {
        console.logValue("even", i)

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