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Special values: Negative zero

Special values: Negative zero: Coercion in JavaScript
Special values: Negative zero: Coercion in JavaScript

Most mathematicians would agree there is no negative zero value. JavaScript would prove otherwise. Kyle demonstrates how you can get a negative zero value and how it may compares to a zero-value in JavaScript. He also talks about a new ES6 method that will check strict equality.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Web Web Development JavaScript

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