The Console commands permit your application to open an independent, text only console window, and to write text to that window. This window is separate from your application, enabling you to display data without having it impact the appearance or general behavior of your application.
The console window is great for displaying multi-line text, as you would for monitoring, logging, or debugging purposes. When creating the console window, you can specify its position and size to suit your needs. The console window is closed automatically when your application ends, or you can close it at any time using the Console.close command.
It's important to note that the console window cannot be closed directly by the user since the "close" button is disabled. Also, an application can only have one console window open at a time.