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  • 2.6 assignment_operator

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The value of the right-hand operand is stored in the memory address represented by the left-hand operand using the basic assignment operator "=". Its return value is the outcome.

In JavaScript, the operator = is used to assign values to variables, while the operator == is used to compare two variables regardless of their datatype. When comparing two variables, === is used, but this time it will check strict type, which means it will check datatype and compare two values.

Arithmetic operators, Comparison operators, Logical operators, Assignment operators, and Conditional operators are all available in JavaScript.

The logical operators and, or, and not are supported by JavaScript. These are useful for "reasoning" with Booleans.

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