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npm install console.log


require('console.log') and go about your day

How it works

Simple, node will stay alive until there are no callbacks left in the queue. Assuming the application is not forcibly terminated (i.e. ^C, killall -9 node, etc...) it will run until all of the data passed to console.log has been flushed to the terminal