Truthy & Falsy

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In JavaScript, each value also has an inherent boolean value, generally known as either truthy or falsy. Some of the rules are a little bizarre so understanding the concepts and effect on comparison helps when debugging JavaScript applications. The following values are always falsy: false, 0, NaN, ‘’ or “”, null, undefined. Everything else is truthy. Watch the following video to learn more about truthy  and falsy values.

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  2. Watch the lesson as many times as needed.
  3. Code along with the instructor using the integrated code editor in the center of your screen.
  4. You can use the Run button beneath the code editor to test your code.
  5. Output from the code that you have written will appear in the panel on the right side of your screen.

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