=== a comparison operator, which is also called the Strict Equality Operator. With its help, you can check if two Values are equal. Unlike the Equality Operator == involves the Strict Equality Operator, the Type of the values to be compared with. While
console.log (10 == „10“)
true would return, would
console.log (10 === „10“)
false give back. The Value
10 Type Number equal, finally, is not strictly to the Value “
10“ of Type String.
?? hard to Google
?. thus, unlike the Google search – easily look up.
Also for developers, which is rather rare in the fix, an Operator of the Google search can’t immediately find it, could Comeau be’s reference book is worth a look – maybe the one or the other Operator that you didn’t know are still here Yes.
Comeau has shared his work on Monday on Twitter, together with the Disclaimer that it is still Read and volatility could find fault.
Announcing “Operator Lookup”, a search engine for JS operator
Why? Because they’re *ungoogleable*: search engines ignore special characters. I can never remember what these things are called or how they work!
Try it now: https://t.co/rBVUGIxIix pic.twitter.com/iILZdTqDNi
— Josh W. Comeau (@JoshWComeau) February 9, 2020
Who can find the project useful and like to be small to mid-sized recreational projects, works – in the corresponding Thread of the desire to have a reference for Terminal Commands, it was loud.