Type difference?

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So I got the answer and wrote practically the same solution as this one, but one thing I don’t understand is if it uses a ‘===’, how does it work equaling a string, “boolean”? true/false is a boolean value but “boolean” is a string. In my solution I used a ‘==’.
Your code so far

function booWho(bool) {
return typeof bool === "boolean";

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Challenge: Boo who

Link to the challenge:

typeof gives you the string of the type so for a boolean value it returns 'boolean'


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