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  1. BACKGROUND: I recently installed chart.js using npm but had much trouble in do doing and would like now to verify that it is working properly. Accordingly, I ran the following two pieces of code followed by console.log(typeof myChart) in my browser's console. var Chart = require('chart.js'); var ctx = document.getElementById("myChart"); var myChart = new Chart(ctx, {}); and var ctx = document.getElementById("myChart"); var myChart = new Chart(ctx, {}); only to discover that the results were the same -- namely, object QUESTION: Is this telling me that the require statement is unnecessary, or is it telling me that no matter how you use the new expression it will always produce an object? OBSERVATION: Indeed, when I enter the chart.js sample code, the <canvas> item does not fill with the intended chart. Please advise. Roddy
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