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What is exactly meaning of "===" in javascript? What is exactly meaning of "===" in javascript? Possible Duplicate: Javascript === vs == What's the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...s-exactly-meaning-of-in-javascript
Why 3 equal symbols in boolean comparisons? Why 3 equal symbols in boolean comparisons? Possible Duplicate: Javascript === vs == : Does it matter
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ual-symbols-in-boolean-comparisons
Javascript : assign variable in if condition statement, good practice or not? Javascript : assign variable in if condition statement, good practice
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ion-statement-good-practice-or-not
EQUALITY versus testing for IDENTITY. Or, as Crockford says in his book, JavaScript: The Good Parts : JavaScript has two sets of equality operators: === and
http://stackoverflow.com/question...-too-strict-difference-between-and
CSRF protection with javascript? CSRF protection with javascript? Can i protect from CSRF by generating csrf token clien-side with javascript and
http://stackoverflow.com/question...51/csrf-protection-with-javascript
object is array Is there a difference between typeof value === "undefined" and value === undefined ? Why did JavaScript need Array.isArray() in ECMAScript
http://stackoverflow.com/question...alue-testing-whether-object-is-arr
work there. Tags: javascript undefined `o.prop === undefined` is the way to go, or `typeof(o.prop) == 'undefined'` if there is a risk somebody might
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ined-object-property-in-javascript
the rhs of the expression and get the same result. Tags: javascript `this.window === window` returns `true` in Chrome. What browser are you using? Both
http://stackoverflow.com/question...pt-this-window-not-equal-to-window
Tags: javascript jquery Just out of interest, do they compare correctly if you use == instead of === ? Javascript distinguishes, confusingly, between
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ings-not-being-evaluated-correctly
Why does 0154 === 108? Why does 0154 === 108? What's happening here and why? document.write(0154); // === 108 Tags: javascript html .........magic!
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5000848/why-does-0154-108