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How to convert number to boolean in typescript?

January 31st, 2022 · 1 min read
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Today, we will know easiest way to convert number to boolean in typescript.

TypeScript have !! double exclamation which help you to convert number to boolean like when we add double exclamation with 1 it will return true, with 0 it will return false.

Take an example

1let statusZero: number = 0;
2let statusOne: number = 1;
4console.log(!!statusZero) // false
5console.log(!!statusOne) // true


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TypeScript, convert number to boolean example

The !! double exclamation return false for 0 only else it return true for any number.

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