My journey through web designing

  1. Just one command which will print whatever we write inside console.log. It is like cout() in cpp/printf in java .
  • if(cond1==true)
    {
    console.log()
    }
  • if(cond1==true)
    {
    console.log()
    }
    else
    {
    console.log()
    }
  • nested if else
  • while(cond==true)
    {
    console.log()
    }
  • do{
    console.log()
    } while(cond==true)

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