If you go to a google result page, and run
rwt.toString(), you'll see that the return call for this function is:
I can't think of any reason why this wouldn't always be
true. Is this just a shorthand for
true, or is there more going on here?
It is always true, but it takes 2 bytes to download (
!0 is 2 characters) instead of 4 bytes to download the boolean value
!0 and false to
!1. You can see an example of this by typing
var y = true; with Simple optimizations on Google's Closure Compiler: http://closure-compiler.appspot.com/home
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