Chrome 80 brings support for let and class re-declarations in the Console
Chrome 80 now supports re-declarations of let and class keyword in console which make debugging more developer friendly
Google Chrome browser built upon the open-source Chromium browser project manage and maintained by Google.
With the release of Chrome 80 version, now developers can redeclare with let and class in the console so debugging is now more developer friendly.
The Console now supports re-declarations of let and class statements.
Note: Re-declaring a let or class statement in a script outside of the Console or within a single Console input will still cause a SyntaxError
The versions prior to Chrome 80, would throw an error when re-declaring a local variable with let in the Console
Example of the let re-declaration in the Console of Chrome 80:
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