So if === is the best choice to practice, is !== also a better choice than != to avoid future problems in the script?
!== When you want to check value and type.
nothing is good or bad. use as per your convenience and requirement.
No it's not like that.It differs where and how you want to use it.When you know that variables are of same type use!= and if you don't know the types use !==
think of the first character (either = or !) as saying is or is not == "is" equal to != "is not" equal to === "is" exactly equal to !== "is not" exactly equal to I'm not sure if that's the rationale but it helps me
====================== lol no jkm