Take the following expression for example. It’s a simple
if statement that checks to see if
true and then runs the code within the block.
Running the code results in the block being executed, however, when we directly compare the statement’s comparison against a false value, we can see that it is in fact, not actually true.
Ok, this clearly means that
 equates to
true, so let’s double-check:
Turns out that while it actually is
false, it is happy to report
true when run through an expression.
How did this false value evaluate to being true?