Call from .env file laravel [duplicate]

dangxiaobo424 注册会员
2023-01-26 09:45

For advanced PHP users, knowing the difference between ==and === and asking themselves "is it faster to compare with == or with === when I'm sure that both the operands are the same type?"

The short and general answer is:

For the ones interested in benchmarking it themselves, you can use the following code I wrote ad-hoc and try different values for $a and $b:

\nCOMPARE == (FIRST TRY): " . number_format($time_two_a, 3) . " seconds";
    print "
\nCOMPARE == (SECOND TRY): " . number_format($time_two_b, 3) . " seconds"; print "
\nCOMPARE === (FIRST TRY): " . number_format($time_three_a, 3) . " seconds"; print "
\nCOMPARE === (SECOND TRY): " . number_format($time_three_b, 3) . " seconds"; ?>

NOTE: The comparison is valid only when each "FIRST TRY" is very close to its "SECOND TRY". If they are significantly different, it means that the processor was busy doing something else while executing the comparisons and so the results are unreliable and the benchmark should be run again.

danny_lx 注册会员
2023-01-26 09:45
  • = is the assignment operator
  • == is the comparison operator (checks if two variables have equal values)
  • === is the identical comparison operator (checks if two variables have equal values and are of the same type).
djnandy 注册会员
2023-01-26 09:45

= assignment operator

== checks if two variables have the same value

=== checks if two variables have the same value AND if their types are the same

cvbgtasd123 注册会员
2023-01-26 09:45

The = operator signs the value to a variable $six = 6; value 6 is assigned to variable $six

== operator check if the value of both variables is equal and mostly used in conditions like if statements

$a = 2;
$b = 2;
if ($a == $b) { 
    echo both variables have the same value; 

=== operator similar to == (check if the value equals) and also check if both of same data type

$a = 2;
$b = "2";
if ($a === $b) {
    echo "both variable have same value and of same data type";
} else {
    echo 'both variable is either not equal or not of same data type';

// here $a is of type int whereas $b is of type string. So here the output

dqxcz1 注册会员
2023-01-26 09:45

You have = the , == the and === the .

$a = $b     Assign      Sets $a to be equal to $b.
$a == $b    Equal       TRUE if $a is equal to $b.
$a === $b   Identical   TRUE if $a is equal to $b, and they are of the same type. (introduced in PHP 4)

For more info on the need for == and ===, and situations to use each, look at the docs.

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