C# only has literal
It should be noted for clarity that “strong typing” is not the reason why C# doesn’t implicitly convert to “truthy/falsy” values. The language intentionally is trying to avoid the pitfalls of some other compiled languages like C where certain values can be truthy, like ‘
0‘ or ‘
1‘ which could allow you to make a syntactical mistake you might not notice until runtime when your code behaves unexpectedly.