You have quadrupled the = sign here (same in points 2 and 3).
Marcin Baraniecki

The quadruple equals is not JavaScript. It is just a shortcut notation that means “equivalent to, but not the same identity”. The distinction is needed because `===` checks for equality by reference, not by value equivalence.

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