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Should we always use === instead of ==?
Should we always use strict equality comparisons (===) instead of abstract equality comparisons (==)?
Jamie ReardonTreehouse Project Reviewer
Its commonly used and best practice to use the strict equality operator. Professional developers say that it will prevent the potential growth of bugs etc.
Robert Adamson5,741 Points
You should use strict equality by default and only use the abstract when there is a really good reason to.