With JavaScript 1.1, no type conversion will be done, so the tests below should have a value of false. With JavaScript 1.2 and higher, values should be converted to the same type before comparing with the double equal-sign, and the triple equal-sign to prevent type-conversion isn't introduced until JavaScript 1.3. If the triple equal-sign operator is not defined, the tokenizer will probably treat it as a comparison operator followed by an assignment operater ("== ="), probably resulting in a syntax error, which could terminate the JavaScript interpreter, and that in turn would prevent the last row of the table from displaying. It should still display the results at the bottom, since that is a separate script.

Last Updated: 08-01-2001