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I was look at the difference between the current jQuery and v3.0. What I noticed was the following had be changed in once section of the code. Now I am wondering is there a performance difference in an interpreted language with regards to >= compared to just >, or is it pure readability only? Is it the fact there is one less char to check before before evaluating? variable >= 0 (v2.0.*) changed to variable > -1 (v3.0.*)