One thing to keep in mind is the second condition is not evaluated if the first one is false, i.e. it has a short-circuiting effect. Used extensively to test for several conditions for making a decision.
Condition1 || Condition2 // returns true if one of the conditions is true.
Below is an example to demonstrate || operator:
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