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JavaScript Boolean valueOf() Method

JavaScript Boolean Reference JavaScript Boolean Reference

Example

Return the primitive value of a Boolean object:

var bool = false;
var x = bool.valueOf();

The result of x will be:

false

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Definition and Usage

The valueOf() method returns the primitive value of a boolean.

Note: This method is usually called automatically by JavaScript behind the scenes, and not explicitly in code.


Browser Support

Method
valueOf() Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes


Syntax

boolean.valueOf()

Parameters

None.

Technical Details

Return Value: A Boolean, either "true" or "false"
JavaScript Version: 1.1


JavaScript Boolean Reference JavaScript Boolean Reference

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