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: So if there is both a == and a === operator, does that mean we have <= and <==, and >= and >==?


A: No. There are no <== and >== operators. You can use only <= and >=. These operators only know how to compare strings and numbers (true <= false doesn’t really make sense), so if you try to compare any values other than two strings or two numbers (or a string and a number), JavaScript will attempt to convert the types u...


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