JavaScript == is != to ===

Watching JavaScript fundamentals (Pluralsight) as a refresh and had my world rocked – apparently we should be using === and !== all this time and not == and != that’s just nutty!!

Basically “” == 0 (true), “” === 0 (false), 1 == “1” (true) 1 === “1” (false).

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