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=== operator where it compares both value and the type? Tags: javascript operators Inverse of your question:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1889260/javascript-operator
javascript types https://developer.mozilla.org/en/JavaScript/Reference/Operators/Special/typeof == checks for value equality, === checks for value and type
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4514602/type-checking-in-javascript
compiles == into the JavaScript === operator . But what if you want the original JS == semantics? Are they still available? I've pored over the documentation
http://stackoverflow.com/question...l-allow-javascript-style-semantics
Tags: javascript iframe greasemonkey if (top === self) { not in a frame } else { in a frame } From How to identify if a webpage is being loaded inside an
http://stackoverflow.com/question...ect-iframe-embedding-in-javascript
else false } Even better is if I can check that the parameter is a number AND a valid integer. Tags: javascript i'd say n === parseInt(n) is enough. note
http://stackoverflow.com/question...a-javascript-parameter-is-a-number
onkeyup key-value in Javascript onkeyup key-value in Javascript I have a standard textbox and I've got jQuery on the page. I want to act when the
http://stackoverflow.com/question...31/onkeyup-key-value-in-javascript
Javascript: undefined !== undefined? Javascript: undefined !== undefined? When I recently integrated Facebook Connect with Tersus , I initially
http://stackoverflow.com/question...950/javascript-undefined-undefined
JavaScript object comparison JavaScript object comparison Why do the last == and === operators return true here? var object1 = {value: 10}; var
http://stackoverflow.com/question...43738/javascript-object-comparison
code without even coding! JavaScript has two sets of equality operators: === and !== (strict equality operators) == and != (standard equality operators)
http://stackoverflow.com/question...lue-evaluates-to-true-why-is-it-so
Should I use typeof in Javascript type equality? Should I use typeof in Javascript type equality? What is better? if (obj === undefined) { } vs. if
http://stackoverflow.com/question...typeof-in-javascript-type-equality