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How to use the equal operator == and the identical operator === in PHP

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asked Sep 6 by avibootz

2 Answers

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$a = 5;
$b = '5';
if ($a == $b) 
    echo 'a == b <br />'; 

if ($a === $b) 
    echo 'a === b'; 
else
    echo 'a !== b'; 
  

 
/*
run: 
  
a == b 
a !== b
  
*/

 




answered Sep 6 by avibootz
edited Sep 6 by avibootz
0 votes
$a = 6;
$b = 6;
if ($a == $b) 
    echo 'a == b <br />'; 

if ($a === $b) 
    echo 'a === b'; 
else
    echo 'a !== b'; 
  

 
/*
run: 
  
a == b 
a === b
  
*/

 




answered Sep 6 by avibootz
edited Sep 6 by avibootz
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