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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements Boolean Values

Fabio Rimondi
Fabio Rimondi
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When converting string to int using "+" sign, can this generate error if string is not a number?

If a user instead of writing a number decided to write a word for some reason, using "+" sign to convert a string to int can cause some error during the run of program?

1 Answer

No, it will just return "NaN"