equal vs strict equal

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      <script>
Benchmark.prototype.setup = function() {
  var string  = 'a string';
  var string2 = 'b string';
  var obj = {a: 'object', b: 0};

};
</script>

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== 'a string'
string == 'a string';
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=== 'a string'
string === 'a string';
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!= 'another string'
string != 'another string';
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!== 'another string'
string !== 'another string';
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== {a: 'object', b: 0}
obj == {a: 'object', b: 0};
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=== {a: 'object', b: 0}
obj === {a: 'object', b: 0};
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== {a: 'object', b: '0'}
obj == {a: 'object', b: '0'}
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=== {a: 'object', b: '0'}
obj === {a: 'object', b: '0'}
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=== string[0] && string
if(string[0] === string[0] && string === string);
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=== string.charCodeAt(0) && string
if(string.charCodeAt(0) === string.charCodeAt(0) && string === string);
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=== string2[0] && string
if(string[0] === string2[0] && string === string2);
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=== string2.charCodeAt(0) && string
if(string.charCodeAt(0) === string2.charCodeAt(0) && string === string2);
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