Ye when I meant a === b for JS I was pointing to a==b equivalent in Python. Even tho Python is a high lvl language like JS and people say that Python it s easier to understand, to me it looks more weird than JS sometimes. Maybe I got used too much to JS. Having both == and is it s quite useful and it looks like it allows writing code with less lines than you would in JS.
I like Python a lot, but I’m not a proponent of learning it as a first language. The syntax is very easy when you start out, but there is so much “magic” that happens behind the scenes that it makes the learning curve get even steeper when you try to get into complex topics.