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The Astonishing Empty String

Wait, what?

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If you are like me and have been working for a while with dynamically typed programming languages like JavaScript, PHP or Python, chances are that you may end up at some point assigning a null value to a string variable.

Why not?

Probably, you’re thinking it’s just better to do so, or perhaps, even simpler than that, when getting used to…

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Jordi Bassaganas

Jordi Bassaganas

Web developer and technical writer. Founder at ChesslabLab

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