Hello. Just wanted to clarify something important about comparison operators, specifically the “===” and “!==”.
I have a C++ background, and I’m sure many of you guys too. As far as I know C++ and some other languages do not support this operators and we rather use “==” and “!=”.
However, I wanted to dig into this topic because JS supports both types of operators.(this meaning ===, !==, == and !=.)