How to read a JS variable in Selenium Webdriver?

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Is it possible to read a JavaScript variable in Selenium Webdriver?
May 7 in Selenium by Himanshu
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Hi Himanshu, its quite easy to access any JavaScript variable from the Selenium Webdriver test scripts. Just can simply use the below code snippet.

JavascriptExecutor JS = (JavascriptExecutor) webdriver;
// Get the current site title.
String sitetitle = (String)JS.executeScript("return document.title");
System.out.println("My Site Title: " + sitetitle);
answered May 7 by Abha
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