want to open the console developer and then run
node on your terminal
(because you had it open anyways), run the code you wanted and then you start
trying to escape that prison, well this is my history when I tried to do it.
➜ node > const d = new Date() undefined > d.now() Thrown: TypeError: d.now is not a function > d 2020-04-27T16:45:45.723Z > exit Thrown: ReferenceError: exit is not defined > exit() Thrown: ReferenceError: exit is not defined > /q Thrown: /q ^ SyntaxError: Invalid regular expression: missing / > /exit Thrown: /exit ^ SyntaxError: Invalid regular expression: missing / > .exit
There you go, you can exit node console by doing one of the following:
.exit👈 this is is pretty cool
process.kill(process.pid, 'SIGTERM'), this is to send the signal to the process you can capture that signal and do something about it