Sends strings to the script debugger, followed by a newline character.
The Debug.writeln function sends strings, followed by a newline character, to the Immediate window of the Microsoft Script Debugger at run time. If the script is not being debugged, the Debug.writeln function has no effect.
The Debug.writeln function is almost identical to the Debug.write function. The only difference is that the Debug.write function does not send a newline character after sending the strings.
This example uses the Debug.writeln function to display the value of the variable in the Immediate window of the Microsoft Script Debugger.
To run this example, you must have a script debugger installed and the script must run in debug mode.
var counter = 42; Debug.writeln("The value of counter is " + counter);