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Where does ~dump make a dump?

The TON documentation states that "a variable can be dumped to the debug log by the ~dump function". But where exactly it that log? How can I see it?

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Posted one year ago
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It will log to standard output of TVM. The way you execute TVM, determines the way output is generated or logged. So you have to run TVM with your smart contract and the input message, and then check the debug log. For example, if you use ton-contract-executor, it will be available in debugLogs field of the result.

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