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Explicit coercion: Booleans

Explicit coercion: Booleans: Coercion in JavaScript
Explicit coercion: Booleans: Coercion in JavaScript

While using the Boolean() native function is Kyle’s preference, many developers will use a double negate (!!) to perform Boolean coercion. Kyle explains how this works and demonstrates a few other types of explicit coercion.

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Web Web Development JavaScript

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