Difference between == and === in JavaScript

In this video, we are comparing the two comparison operators in JavaScript, which are the == and === operators. These operators are used for checking the equalness of the operands. When we are using the == operator, we get true if the operands are equal. On the other hand, we use === for strict equalness, which means that we get true if and only if the operands are equal, and of the same type. At times, we might require to use these operators, but not knowing the difference between these operators can leave a sort of confusion in the comparisons.

Difference between == and === in JavaScript with Example

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