Notebook Print for VS Code?

Howdie Robonauts!

How do we see the output of Notebook Print keyword while using VS Code? Or is there another preferred method? It works great in Lab.

Notebooks provide these kind of nice interactive features. I think that VSCode has some support for notebooks, but I don’t know how they work.

Perhaps a practical solution is to use Log To Console keyword:

Thanks for the advice. I decided to leverage the break points and variables window to accomplish what I needed. I started with Lab and now completely migrated to VS Code. What I liked about Lab was the ability to just run a section of code when needed. But in VS Code, I can just comment out the code when needed. Now I am a fan of VS Code approach. Thank you for pushing me in that direction last week.

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