Implicit conversions are type conversions that happen automatically when converting to or returning from a functionType call. Implicit type conversion occurs automatically when an operation is performed between values of different data types, such as adding a number to a string.
In the example above, the string value a is implicitly converted to a number when added to b.
- String(): Convert value to string.
- Number(): Converts a value to a number.
- Boolean(): Convert value to boolean.
- parseInt(): Convert string to integer.
- parseFloat(): Converts a string to a hexadecimal number.
In the example above, the string value a is explicitly converted to a number using the Number() function, and the result of the addition operation is the expected number 15.