Hey Shane! So in their core they do the same: check equality (does left equal right). However, the way they do so differs.
The double equals (==) is an abstract equality check. What this means is that either value’s type can be converted to another type during comparison. So 0 == ‘0’ evaluates to true.
0 == ‘0’
The triple equals (===) is a strict equality check. What this means is that it requires both values to be of the same type. So 0 == ‘0’ evaluates to false because type number is not the same as type string.
Check out this MDN page for more information: developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/W...
You da man! Thanks!
Mike hit the nail on the head!