> It gives up when it finds a non-numeric character (as the documentation would 
> tell you)

Why is PHP doing that? I know it works as designed and I know it is documented 
like this but that does not mean that it is a good feature, does it? So lets 
talk about the question: Is that behaviour awaited by PHP software developers? 
Is that really the way PHP should work here? May we should change that?!

BTW: I talked to some collegues and friends since my first post. They all 
guessed that "'PHP' == 0" is false within a few seconds. I think the 
weak-typed-PHP is a little to weak at this point.


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