1. Download latest VS Code and Node, and navigate to an empty folder using VS Code.
  2. Create a new file server.js
  3. Type the following code:
console.time("task");
console.log("hello world");
console.timeEnd("task");
  1. Open command prompt within VS Code
  2. Run node server.js
  3. Prints the following output, which is expected:
> node server.js
hello world
task: 5.763ms
  1. Click the Run/Debug icon in the Activity Bar on the side of VS Code.
  2. Click Run and Debug button
  3. In the VS Code terminal, go to the Debug Console tab.
  4. The following output is printed, which is not expected:
hello world                server.js:3
task: 13.216796875ms       server.js:5
task: 13.253ms             constructor.js:531 
What is constuctor.js, and why is it printing the console.timeEnd(label) output once again?

Does this issue occur when all extensions are disabled?: Yes

Similar issues reported before, which were closed without any satisfactory explanation.
What do you think?