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I've come across a strange issue with the console.log function in WebKit.Here is the code I have that is causing the issue:

Code:
var myArray = ['Brian', 'Kayla', 'Mom', 'Dad'];
myArray.shift();
console.log(myArray);[code].....

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Code:

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