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What is the !! (not not) operator in JavaScript?

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·Feb 7, 2021·

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Converts Object to boolean. If it was falsey (e.g. 0, null, undefined, etc.), it will be false, otherwise, true.

!oObject  // inverted boolean
!!oObject // non inverted boolean so true boolean

Representation

So !! is not an operator, it's just the ! operator twice.

Example :

<CustomModal
  disabled={isDisable}
  title="Delete"
  children="Are you sure you want to delete ?"
  onCancel={() => setDataToDelete(null)}
  onConfirm={() => {}}
  show={!!dataToDelete} //show only accepts boolean
/>;
 
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