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## What is == and === in JavaScript?

= is **used for assigning values to a variable** in JavaScript. == is used for comparison between two variables irrespective of the datatype of variable. === is used for comparision between two variables but this will check strict type, which means it will check datatype and compare two values.

## How do you do greater than or equal to in JavaScript?

The greater than or equal operator ( **>=** ) returns true if the left operand is greater than or equal to the right operand, and false otherwise.

## How do you write less than or equal to in code?

Alt Code Shortcuts for Less Than and Greater Than Symbols

Symbol | Name | Decimal Code |
---|---|---|

< | Less-Than Sign | Alt + 0060 |

≤ | Less-Than Or Equal To | Alt + 8804 |

≦ | Less-Than Over Equal To | Alt + 8806 |

≨ | Less-Than But Not Equal To | Alt + 8808 |

## How do you write less than or equal to in Java?

Checks if the value of left operand is less than or equal to the value of right operand, if yes then condition becomes true. (**A <= B**) is true.

## What does === mean?

The **triple equals operator** ( === ) returns true if both operands are of the same type and contain the same value. If comparing different types for equality, the result is false. This definition of equality is enough for most use cases. When comparing the string “0” and the number 0 the result is false as expected.

## How do you do less than or equal to?

The less than symbol is <. Two other comparison symbols are ≥ (greater than or equal to) and **≤** (less than or equal to).

## Is NaN in JavaScript?

JavaScript Number isNaN()

isNaN() method determines whether a value is NaN (**Not-A-Number**). This method returns true if the value is of the type Number, and equates to NaN. Otherwise it returns false. … isNaN() does not convert the values to a Number, and will not return true for any value that is not of the type Number.

## How do you code greater than or equal to?

Greater than or equal to **( >= )** — returns true if the value on the left is greater than or equal to the value on the right, otherwise it returns false .

## How do you write less than 10?

If the first number is less than the second number, **less sign** is used. For example, 5 < 10. It means that the number 5 is less than the number 10.

## Is not equal to HTML?

Related: U+2260 ≠ NOT EQUAL TO (HTML &**#8800**; · ≠, ≠ )