I'm someone who writes code just for fun and haven't really delved into it in either an academic or professional setting, so stuff like these bitwise operators really escapes me.  I was reading an article about JavaScript, which apparently...
The following shows that "0" is false in Javascript:  >>> "0" == false true  >>> false == "0" true   So why does the following print "ha"?  >>> if ("0") console.log("ha") ha...
Are the two identical?  Suppose you have:  var x = true;   And then you have one of either:  x && doSomething();   or  if(x) doSomething();   Is there any differene whatsoever between the two syntaxes?  Did I stumble across a nice bit of su...
What is the use of:  var flag = new Boolean(false);    compared to:  var flag = false;   When would you actually use new Boolean?...
in javascript,  var a = ''; var b = (a) ? false : true;   // fixed!   var b will be set to false.  is this a defined behavior that can be relied upon?...
I have a variable that stores false or true, but I need 0 or 1 instead, respectively. How can I do this?...
In Python, and maybe in Javascript, the boolean or and and operators return one of the operands, instead of true or false.   In Python, one of the operands is returned: '' || 'hello' == 'hello' In comparison, in PHP: ''...
Many beginner programmers write things like if (myBoolean == true) as opposed to if (myBoolean) as they haven't yet grasped that conditionals don't need to contain a comparison, merely a boolean. When I noted this on twitter it was suggested...
I have a PHP program that uses HTML forms and uses JavaScript for validation.  There's a hidden field in the HTML form containing a boolean value that gets set by PHP, validated on submission by JavaScript, and passed to another PHP page.  When I...

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