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Replace Equality Expressions with indexOf() in JavaScript

Simplify your conditions and improve readability

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Let’s put ourselves in a fictitious scenario where a message prints only during the hours of 8AM, 10AM, and 2PM. The code block might look something like this…

const d = new Date();
const hour = d.getHours() + 1;
if(hour === 8 || hour…

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