My point is that JavaScript makes it particularly easy for “common” programmers to get into trouble.
PHP, Perl, Visual Basic, C++…these are languages that have been heavily criticized, and yet they…
Richard Kenneth Eng
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Even experienced programmers can fall to JavaScript’s pitfalls.

For example, we learn to use “===” for equality tests . But I don’t remember, without looking it up, whether it’s safe to use “<=”.

Really, this issue with the operators alone is pathetic.

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