Javascript Booleans

Javascript Booleans

Boolean is a true/false system of logic on which digital circuits would later be based. Booleans take one of two values: true or false.

Comparison expressions such as   a < b  evaluate to a Boolean value depending on whether the comparison is true of false.

if(a==b)

{

a=a*b;

}

Boolean Object :-

It is possible to define a Boolean value  using an Object constructor :

var test=new Boolean(false);

Primitive type constructors such as Boolean () are not appropriate, though as we preview here we can use them to explicitly cast a value into the Boolean type.

var val=5;

alert(typeof  val)             // number

alert(val)                             //5

val=Boolean(val);

alert(typeof val);             // Boolean

alert(val);                            //true




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