true or false = true?
QUESTION var x = false || true; document.write(! (x !== true)); why false || true equal to true? Hope you can solve this for me! Thanks a lot!
true and false is a boolean. For example : console.log(2 == 3) : false because the 2 numbers is different. console.log(2 == 2) : true because the 2 numbers is the same.
The || operator means ‘or’, so a || b is ‘a or b’ and is true if either a is true or b is true. With false || true, the right hand side is clearly true, so the or statement evaluates as true.
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