Transcript from the "Double Equals Summary" Lesson
>> Kyle Simpson: Let me summarize how double equals works. This is summary of the algorithm, you can read the algorithm but it's summary. If the types of the same it's just gonna use triple equals. If either of them both of them are no or undefined, they are equal. If there are non primitives involved in the comparison, they are always gonna become primitive first.
[00:00:20] And then once you have primitives prefer to number.
>> Kyle Simpson: So what are those problematic cases? Many of these are ones we've already seen, but let's talk about the corner cases, we gotta talk about them so that we can avoid them.