Using Chrome Developer Tools, i have printed a JSON object with
is there a way that I can copy it to the clipboard?
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Another simple method...from the console surround the json with JSON.stringify(yourobjecthere). Then highlight the text or optionally select the Copy button in the developer bar if it exceeds X number of rows. Hope this helps someone.
The answer given by @Bertrand works.But it won't when there is already an element by name copy in the Dom.
Doing copy(temp1) gave me Uncaught TypeError: copy is not a function
So I removed that element from the Dom in my console using the below line: document.querySelector('#copy').remove()
Now copy(temp1) works!
Select the text in the console, then use right click -> copy
To copy the entire log (when I needed): hit ctrl-a (select all) then ctrl-c (copy)
Note: Since posting this I noticed sometimes it is necessary to select a little text before these steps work. Also for a long console output scroll to the top of the console and select a little text first. Grrr... still this is easier than saving as a file.
== Above is using Chrome 35 ==