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Implicit coercion: Strings and numbers

Implicit coercion: Strings and numbers: Coercion in JavaScript
Implicit coercion: Strings and numbers: Coercion in JavaScript

Kyle defines implicit coercion as a side effect of some other operation. In other words, it’s not clear when looking at the code that coercion will occur. Kyle introduces implicit coercion with a few examples using String and Number values.

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