b. Explore

Just like we did in the previous chapter, when we logged $event, you can do the same with #inputElementRef.

Playground: Change the method changeTitle so it will receive the whole element reference and log it to the console:

src/app/input-button-unit/input-button-unit.component.ts
<input #inputElementRef
[value]="title"
(keyup.enter)="changeTitle(inputElementRef)">
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<button (click)="changeTitle(inputElementRef)">
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</button>
changeTitle(inputElementReference) {
console.log(inputElementReference);
this.title = inputElementReference.value;
}

Don't forget to put the code back the way it was after you're finished experimenting! It's best to pass to a method exactly the value it needs, instead of the whole object.