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Implicit coercion: The safe parts

Implicit coercion: The safe parts: Coercion in JavaScript
Implicit coercion: The safe parts: Coercion in JavaScript

While many developers believe implicit coercion to be evil, Kyle shares the opposite view. He gives a number of examples why it can be beneficial and leads to simplified code.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Web Web Development JavaScript

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