=== comparisons looks for strict equality, meaning it looks for matching "type" and "value".
55 === 55 returns
55 === '55' returns
false (Same values, different types)
== comparisons look for loose equality, meaning it only looks for matching value. It can perform "type coercion" if needed, which converts the both values to the same type before comparing values.
55 == 55 returns
55 == '55' returns
true (Different types, but it converts both values to the same type before comparing them, which makes it true)
This distinction is important since loose equality can lead to unexpected bugs related to conditions returning true when they may need to be false. It's better practice to always use
=== for comparisons.