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Freeware (Free)
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1710
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Publisher's Descriptions
Companion.JS (pronounced Companion dot JS or CJS) is a Javascript debugger for IE. 
Companion.JS adds the following features to IE :

Detailled javascript error reporting (call stack and real file name where the error occured).
"Firebug"-like Console API feature.
Javascript console feature useful to inspect javascript objects at runtime.
A toolbar icon to open the Companion.JS panel.

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