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JavaScript Introduction to Programming Control Structures Loops

Veerle Deschepper
Veerle Deschepper
2,623 Points

Do people actually say "truety" and "falsy" ?

why not say "boolean" or "bool" value? It just sounds so wrong.

1 Answer

Veerie,

Yes, but it's "truthy" and "falsy". Here's a decent explanation: http://www.sitepoint.com/javascript-truthy-falsy/

Veerle Deschepper
Veerle Deschepper
2,623 Points

Thanks for that article; I guess I forgot how strange Javascript sometimes can be - even if I use it on a daily base :)