Thanks. It actually boils down to this:
>E.toString("this is a test of string compare")==="this is a test of string compare"
If you used != / == then you'd be fine, but Espruino's doing a 'type compare' and it gets fooled by having a 'flat string' and a string. That's a nasty one - should get a fix in for it soon.
!= / ==
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