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When is it appropriate to use == vs ===

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When is it ever appropriate to use == vs ===? I hear strict equals is the way to go.
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You changed question after I posted, never giving me a chance to answer.

Here's a good documentation on it.

https://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Web/JavaScript/Equality_comparisons_and_sameness


As with EVERYTHING in life, it's not that black and white. For every situation, requires a slightly different solution.
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