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comment Does using == in JavaScript ever make sense?
@back2dos I do agree with you that the behavior of > is consistent with the horrible initial decision. That is why a >== operator would be useful just like === is. Since I'm not using == because it doesn't behave like I want it to, I'd rather not use >= either, to be consistent.
Jan
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comment Does using == in JavaScript ever make sense?
Consistency throughout the language is not the problem here, remembering the magic rules is. The rules for < are strange, see strilanc.com/visualization/2014/03/27/… Among programming languages, having the + operator work on non-number types is a more common abuse, and a less harmful one IMHO.
Jan
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comment Does using == in JavaScript ever make sense?
So the poor behavior of == is consistent with the poor behavior of >= ? Great, now I wish there was a >==...
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