The Boolean Object
The Boolean object represents two values, either "true" or "false". If value parameter is omitted or is 0, -0, null, false, NaN, undefined, or the empty string (""), the object has an initial value of false.
Use the following syntax to create a boolean object.
var val = new Boolean(value);
Here is a list of the properties of Boolean object âˆ’
|Returns a reference to the Boolean function that created the object.|
|The prototype property allows you to add properties and methods to an object.|
In the following sections, we will have a few examples to illustrate the properties of Boolean object.
Here is a list of the methods of Boolean object and their description.
|Returns a string containing the source of the Boolean object; you can use this string to create an equivalent object.|
|Returns a string of either "true" or "false" depending upon the value of the object.|
|Returns the primitive value of the Boolean object.|
In the following sections, we will have a few examples to demonstrate the usage of the Boolean methods.