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In a program, many times we want to compare whether two values are same or not.

In JavaScript, we can check if two values are equal or not in mainly two different ways. They are:

  • Equality (==)
  • Strict Equality (===)

Equality (==):

Equality operator will first perform type conversion by converting two values into same type and then will compare those two values. If the two values are equal then it will return true otherwise it will return false.

Strict Equality (===):

Strict Equality operator will not perform type conversion. It will check whether the two values are of same value and of same type…


Git is a distributed version control system for tracking changes in source code during software development. Git is used by developers daily across the globe. Though there are many commands in Git, not all those commands will be used in daily work.

I have listed down some of the most commonly used Git commands.

Before you can use Git commands you need to have a repository to work with. There are mainly two ways of creating a Git repository.

  • By creating a new Git repository using git init
  • By cloning an existing Git repository using git clone

1. Git init

Git init will…

Rajesh Chittampally

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