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Subject - JavaScript Frameworks
Subsubject - JavaScript

What will the following code return:Boolean(x==="5") if x=5?


 

 

 

 



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Solution:-

A JavaScript Booleans represents one of two values they are as follows: 

  • True 
  • False

Boolean Values Very often, in programming, you will require a data type that can only have one of two values, like

  • YES / NO
  • ON / OFF
  • TRUE / FALSE

For the above, JavaScript has a Boolean data type. It can only take the values true or false.

The Boolean() Function to find out if a variable or an expression is true, Everything Without a "Value" is False, The Boolean value of 0 (zero) is false:

var x = 0;
Boolean(x); // returns false

 




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