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Determine if a given jsval is null.




JSVAL_IS_NULL(v) is true if v is JSVAL_NULL, which is the JavaScript null value.

(Note: JSVAL_IS_OBJECT(JSVAL_NULL) is also true.)


The following code snippet illustrates how a JavaScript variable, MyItem, is conditionally tested in an if statement to see if it contains a null value.

if (JSVAL_IS_NULL(MyItem)) {

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