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Disallow comparing against -0 (no-compare-neg-zero) #812

feross opened this Issue Mar 5, 2017 · 1 comment


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commented Mar 5, 2017

The rule should warn against code that tries to compare against -0, since that will not work as intended. That is, code like x === -0 will pass for both +0 and -0. The author probably intended, -0).

@feross feross added the enhancement label Mar 5, 2017

@feross feross added this to the standard v11 milestone Mar 5, 2017

@feross feross modified the milestones: standard v10, standard v11 Apr 4, 2017


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commented Apr 4, 2017

Moving this up to standard v10 since it's not likely to affect anyone's code.

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