Type Coercion Lab

25.0% Acceptance

In this lab, you will explore type coercion in JavaScript. Type coercion is a process where JavaScript automatically converts one data type to another during different operations. There are two types of type coercion: implicit and explicit. Implicit type coercion happens when the language tries to convert one data type to another without the programmer expressly requesting it. Explicit type coercion, on the other hand, is when the programmer intentionally converts one data type to another. This lab will walk you through experimenting with different types of type coercion.