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re: There are 9 falsy values in JavaScript inside of a browser. Can you name them all? VIEW POST

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re: What about [], "\t" and "\r", I think those values are falsey too!
 

In Google Chrome or in NodeJS:

> !![]
true

> !!"\r"
true

> !!"\t"
true

> !!"\n"
true

> Boolean([])
true

!![] is the same as Boolean([])

In AngularJS some time ago, I remember AngularJS would consider [] to be falsy but in a later version to be truthy: stackoverflow.com/questions/357763...

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