ID: 10508
Updated by: hholzgra
Status: Closed
Bug Type: Scripting Engine problem
PHP Version: 4.0.4pl1
Assigned To: 

use === to compare strings without auto-conversion

Previous Comments:

[2001-04-26 05:49:31] [EMAIL PROTECTED]
this (mis- but shh, don't tell anyone :)feature has already caused much confusion. the 
reason: "0000d0" is automagically converted to 0, just like the other string.

you're welcome.


[2001-04-26 05:41:21] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

This seems to be a bug:

<?php $TextColor="000000"; if ($TextColor == "0000D0") echo "Why?"; ?>

This will produce the output "Why?" on my system ... but: why?
"000000" isn't equal "0000D0"!?

If I'm wrong, please tell me why ... thanks!!

 ... tobias wiersch


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