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!== and != whats the difference
I know that != not equal to !== strict not equal to but I'm having problems trying to apply this concept
Steven Parker217,419 Points
Here's a little demo:
var neq = 0 != false ? "is NOT" : "is"; var sneq = 0 !== false ? "is NOT" : "is"; document.write("Zero " + neq + " equal to <i>false</i>, but<br>"); document.write("zero " + sneq + " <u>strictly</u> equal to <i>false</i>.");
Zero is equal to false, but
zero is NOT strictly equal to false.