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How to compare the two strings with Comparison Operators in PHP?

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PHP supports 3 string comparison operators, <, ==, and >, that generates Boolean values. Those operators use ASCII values of characters from both strings to determine the comparison results. Here is a PHP script on how to use comparison operators:

<?php
$a = "PHP is a scripting language.";
$b = "PHP is a general-purpose language.";
if ($a > $b) {
print('$a > $b is true.'." ");
} else {
print('$a > $b is false.'." ");
}
if ($a == $b) {
print('$a == $b is true.'." ");
} else {
print('$a == $b is false.'." ");
}
if ($a < $b) {
print('$a < $b is true.'." ");
} else {
print('$a < $b is false.'." ");
}
?>

This script will print:
$a > $b is true.
$a == $b is false.
$a < $b is false.

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