How to convert string to boolean | JavaScript

The Boolean object is an object wrapper for a boolean value. In order to convert a string to a boolean, use the strict equality operator to compare the string to the string "true". The "===" operator will not do the conversion, so if two values are not the same type === will simply return false.

If the condition is met, the strict equality operator will return the boolean value true, otherwise false is returned.

How can I convert a string to boolean in JavaScript

Using Comparison Operator

Also, do a one liner with a ternary if using comparison operator.

Using JSON.parse()

The JSON.parse( ) method parses a string, constructing the JavaScript value or object described by the string.

Using Regular Expression

The test() method of JavaScript matches a regular expression against a string.

The "/i" at the end of regular expression is for case insensitive match.
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