- let a=12.
- console. log(true)
- since a is not equal to 5, it will print true.
|!=||Not equal to: true if the operands are not equal||5!=5; //false|
Does not equal to sign in JS?
|!==||not equal value or not equal type||false|
How do you check not equal to in if condition?
The not-equal-to operator ( != ) returns true if the operands don’t have the same value; otherwise, it returns false .
What does !== Mean?
1 vote. Yes, it means not equal. As with the equivalence operators (== and ===) there are two flavors: != does type conversion !== doesn’t do type conversion.
The equality operator ( == ) checks whether its two operands are equal, returning a Boolean result. Unlike the strict equality operator, it attempts to convert and compare operands that are of different types.
How to use not equal in if/else statement?