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valueOf()


Description

The valueOf() method is used to return the primitive value of a Boolean object.

This method has the form:

boolean.valueOf()

Note: This method is usually called automatically by JavaScript and not meant to be called explicitly in code.

Return Value

A Boolean with the value either true or false

Examples

The following example shows the basic use of this method.

<script>
var bool = new Boolean(0);
document.write(bool.valueOf());
</script>

This produces the following result:

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