Introduction to objects 1: we have come a long way, I do not understand what is to be done


#1


(((3 * 90) === 270) || !(false && (!false)) || "bex".toUpperCase() === "BEX");
var answer = function(number*3){
return number*3;
if (answer === 270){
console.log(true);
if else( (false && (!false))

}
var toupperCase("bex")


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(((3 * 90) === 270) || !(false && (!false)) || "bex".toUpperCase() === "BEX");
var answer = function(number*3){
return number*3;
if (answer === 270){
console.log(true);
if else( (false && (!false))

}
var toupperCase("bex")


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#2

manually evaluate this condition:

(((3 * 90) === 270) || !(false && (!false)) || "bex".toUpperCase() === "BEX");

if this condition where to evaluate to false, declare a variable called a answer and assign it false, otherwise assign answer true

delete the condition


#3

Thanx. I wrote as follows:

//(((3 * 90) === 270) || !(false && (!false)) || "bex".toUpperCase() === "BEX");
var answer = true;

This seems ok, but I am not getting the exact meaning of **|| !(false && (!false)) ||**


#4

!false is true so then we get:

false && true

which is false. so then we have:

|| !(false) ||

which is true


#5

Now it is clear. Thank you so much.


#6