How do I compare strings in PHP?

The easiest way to compare PHP strings is to use the logical operators ('==') and ('!='). If you want to know which string is lexicographically greater or lesser, you can use the operators ('<'), ('>'), ('<='), ('>='). You can also compare strings using the strcmp() and strcasecmp() functions. The strcmp() function is a case-sensitive safe binary string comparison function that returns 0 if the strings match. The strcasecmp() function is similar but performs a case-insensitive comparison. In this PHP String Compare example, we compare strings using the ("==") operator. Click Execute to run the PHP Compare Strings Example online and see the result.
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