Strict equality should not be used for two values with different types
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This rule applies when two values with different types are compared with strict equality.
Strict equality is always
false for different types, so this comparison is not likely to be a programmer's intent.
Currently, this rule is applied for the return value of built-in API.
Noncompliant Code Example
var x = 10 / 3; x.toFixed(1) === 3.3; // COMPARE_INCOMPATIBLE_TYPE_STRICTLY alarm because 'toFixed' function returns string type.
Compliant Code Example
var x = 10 / 3; x.toFixed(1) === "3.3";
This rule was introduced in DeepScan 1.0.0-alpha.