So sprach »Johnny Nguyen« am 2001-08-21 um 12:29:53 -0700 :
> false.  I was expecting boolean true and false return values, but no matter
> i can work with it this way, just wondering if this is by design.?

There isn't such a thing as boolean true or false in PHP.  In PHP,
everything other than NULL, FALSE, 0 and "" (empty string) is considered
to be TRUE if used in a boolean context.

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