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Re: How to capture Array as eVar variable
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Apologies for the delay, completely forgot about selecting the answer!

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Thank you very much for all your replies, the detail from @jeff_bloomer really helped explain it more, but thanks very much to @amgup @Brian_Johnson_ @yuhuisg I ended up using a combination of all your messages, but could only pick one solution. Thanks everyone!

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Inside our digitalData datalayer we have an Array which captures all the Javascript errors that happen on the page and list them inside it. How can I then take this array and split it up to pass to an eVar? I'm fine doing it for a single javascript varaiable within the dataLayer, just unsure of how to capture each line inside the Array,

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