Hour 2 : JS

Continuing learned using boolean values, conditional statements, switch case and use of functions. Everything goes on like we might have learned in some other language. Encountered only a new operator category called the strict equality operator and strict inequality operator.

Strict equality operator uses === instead of the normal == for the equality operator. So is the case for strict inequality operator which uses !== and not !=. These strict comparison operators compare the types of values being compared unlike the normal comparison operator that coerces the data type and checks only the values. No more differences than standard practices of these operators and conditionals!

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