What is the not not operator in JavaScript

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I encountered some code that appears to employ an unknown operator in the form of two exclamation marks, as in:!!. Could you kindly explain what this operator does?

This occurred to me in the following context:

this.vertical = vertical !== undefined ? !!vertical : this.vertical;
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