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#D doesn't log undefined
When you `C#D` things, they get `CJSON``C.stringified` (to prevent subsequent changes affecting stored output, this is good). Unfortunately, `CJSON``C.stringify(undefined)` yields `Cundefined`, which apparently is getting skipped somewhere A common issue this causes is a loop over an array that might contain `Cundefined` or go out of bounds. you get "cannot read property X of undefined", stick in a `C#D` in the loop, the `Cundefined` is skipped, so it looks like it breaks on the object before, which prints cleanly. Example code and output: `Vfunction`(c, a) { `Vvar` `lpts`=[{`Nx`:`V1`,`Ny`:`V2`},{`Nx`:`V3`,`Ny`:`V5`}]; `Vfor`(`Vvar` `li`=`A0`;`li`<=`lpts`.`llength`;++`li`) { #D(`lpts`[`li`]) if(`lpts`[`li`].`lx` > 20)`ldoStuff`() } `Vreturn` "done" } {`Nx`:`V1`,`Ny`:`V2`} {`Nx`:`V3`,`Ny`:`V5`} `D:::TRUST COMMUNICATION:::` TypeError: Cannot read property 'x' of undefined If `C#D` checked for `Cundefined` and logged something like `C<undefined>` in that case, that would make the output for the above code look like this: {`Nx`:`V1`,`Ny`:`V2`} {`Nx`:`V3`,`Ny`:`V5`} `C<undefined>` `D:::TRUST COMMUNICATION:::` TypeError: Cannot read property 'x' of undefined Which is MUCH easier to understand and fix
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