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Request #25731 '1d1' == '1e1' ??
Submitted: 2003-10-02 10:22 UTC Modified: 2003-10-02 16:02 UTC
From: md5 at pf dot pl Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Feature/Change Request
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 [2003-10-02 10:22 UTC] md5 at pf dot pl
na php5 otrzymuje dwa razy napis "ok"

$a = '1d1';
if($a == '1d1') print('ok');
if($a == '1e1') print('ok');

wyniak z tego ze:
 '1d1' == '1e1'

i taki warunek:
if('1d1' == '1e1') print('ok');
takze pokazuje "ok"

Reproduce code:
if('1d1' == '1e1') print('ok');
else print('no');

Expected result:
powinno pojawic sie "no"

Actual result:
pojawia sie "ok"


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 [2003-10-02 10:39 UTC]
I don't understand polish, but what I understood from the example, this is bogus.

 [2003-10-02 15:59 UTC] marcin dot staniszczak at wp dot pl

$a = '1d1';
if($a == '1d1') print('ok');
if($a == '1e1') print('ok');

php output:

'1d1' == '1e1' !?

next example:
if('1d1' == '1e1') print('ok');


last example:
if('1d1' == '1e1') 

I thing, should be: no
 [2003-10-02 16:02 UTC]
Use either === or strcmp()
 [2003-10-04 20:53 UTC] marcin dot staniszczak at wp dot pl
Why we must use ===? In PHP 4.x.x- we can use simply ==... I always use strcmp(), but many people use == to compare strings.
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