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# AI solution for JavaScript Quiz on BFE.dev 10. Equal

The code outputs the following:

``````true
true
true
false
false
true
true
true
``````

Explanation:

• The first three comparisons (`0 == false`, `'' == false`, and `[] == false`) are all true because when comparing a boolean (`false`) to a non-boolean value, JavaScript coerces the non-boolean value to a boolean according to certain rules. In this case, `0`, `''` (empty string), and `[]` (empty array) all coerce to `false`, so the comparisons are true.
• The comparison `undefined == false` is false because `undefined` doesn't coerce to `false`.
• The comparison `null == false` is also false because `null` doesn't coerce to `false`.
• The comparison `'1' == true` is true because when comparing a boolean to a non-boolean value, JavaScript coerces the boolean to a number (0 for `false`, 1 for `true`). So `true` coerces to `1` and `'1'` also represents `1` as a string, so the comparison is true.
• The comparison `1n == true` is true because when comparing a boolean to a non-boolean value, JavaScript coerces the boolean to a number (0 for `false`, 1 for `true`). So `true` coerces to `1` and `1n` (a BigInt) also represents `1`, so the comparison is true.
• The comparison `' 1 ' == true` is true because when comparing a boolean to a non-boolean value, JavaScript coerces the boolean to a number (0 for `false`, 1 for `true`). So `true` coerces to `1` and `' 1 '` (a string with extra space characters) trims to `'1'`, which represents `1` as a string, so the comparison is true.