The substr_compare() Function is used to compare two strings from a specified start position.
Note: This PHP function is binary-safe and optionally case-sensitive.
|Sr.No||Parameters & Description|
It is used to first string to compare
It is used to second string to compare
It specifies where to start string comparing in string1
It specifies length of a string
The boolean value that specifies where to perform a case-sensitive compare
- 0 if the two strings are equal.
- <0 if string1 (from starting position) is less than string2.
- >0 if string1 (from starting position) is greater than string2.
<?php echo substr_compare("READ WRITE","WRITE",8); ?>
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