[ACCEPTED]-What does "<>" mean in this PHP code?-php
"Not equal to," like SQL. Exactly 1 the same operator as
!=. And my answer has to be 30 characters 1 long.
I'm sure it's not equal to, I've always 1 used != in php though :)
Not equal to.
It is a comparison operator.
It is "not equal to", exactly 2 the same as
!= (i.e. type juggling is attempted 1 if appropriate).
See the manual.
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