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Logical-or

An operator whose result will be true if one or more operands are true

Operator-precedence

Operator Precedence refers to the rules governing the order in which operators are evaluated within an expression or statement in a programming language



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According to the mdn operator-precedence logical-and has a higher precidence over logical-or suggesting that the condition is evaluated as if were a single statement which then moves on to determine the boolean condition of false || true which is then true

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Why does `false && true || true` evaluate to true?

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