12 Good JavaScript Shorthand Techniques
Yuri Ramos

Don’t follow #9. It’s very bad practice. The names of your arguments need to show (or imply) their intention. That extra verbosity is worth more, in terms of saving you future maintenance.

And for #11, the == in your conditionals means something different than the ===. The latter will check for the same type. In short, the 3rd = is always worth the trouble.

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