use just one = sign.  So,

if ($PASS != $PASSNOG) {...


At 01:41 AM 3/15/01 +0100, Duky wrote:
>Hmm.. maybe I wasn't clear enough... what I want is to check is WHEN the
>two passwords aren't the same, then it should echo "password doesn't
>match!". So when NOT the same, then echo. What to use for the NOT??
>should it then be something like this with the exlamationmark?
>
>     if ($PASS !== $PASSNOG) {
>        echo "password doesn't match! $back";
>        exit;
>        }
>
>
>Duky
>
>
>Duky wrote:
> >
> > Can somebody tell me what the proper statement is for this? I want two
> > variables to match with eachother but this doesn't seems to work. Help
> > please? THNX
> >
> >    if ($PASS != $PASSNOG) {
> >       echo "password doesn't match! $back";
> >       exit;
> >       }
> >
> > Duky
> >
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