The XOR operator (
true if exactly one of its operands is
console.log(true ^ true); // Output: false console.log(true ^ false); // Output: true console.log(false ^ true); // Output: true console.log(false ^ false); // Output: false
In this example, the XOR operator is used to perform a bitwise XOR operation between two values. The result of the operation is logged to the console.
Note that the XOR operator operates on the underlying binary representation of the operands, so it is generally not appropriate for use with boolean values. For boolean values, it’s better to use the logical XOR operator