What about , "\t" and "\r", I think those values are falsey too!
In Google Chrome or in NodeJS:
!! is the same as Boolean()
In AngularJS some time ago, I remember AngularJS would consider  to be falsy but in a later version to be truthy: stackoverflow.com/questions/357763...
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