In This Chapter
• Learn more about what goes on behind true and false
• Understand what boolean objects and functions do
• Find out the difference between simple inequality operators and strict inequality operators
While it’s polite to say that all types are interesting and fun to be around, you and I both know that is a lie. Some types are just boring. The boolean type is one such example. Here is the reason why. Whenever you initialize a variable using either true or false, you create a boolean:
var sunny = false;var traffic = true;
Congratulations. If you know just this, you are 80% of the way there in fully understanding how booleans operate. Of course, 80% isn’t really adequate when you ...