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Implicit coercion: Booleans

Implicit coercion: Booleans: Coercion in JavaScript
Implicit coercion: Booleans: Coercion in JavaScript

In most cases, Boolean implicit coercion occurs when performing conditional logic. For example, using a Number or String variable inside an if statement. Kyle talks about Boolean implicit coercion and warns the audience about using a double-equal operator in a Boolean comparison.

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Web Web Development JavaScript

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