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Bypassing PHP strcmp()

Daniel Regalado reports on how PHP’s strcmp() returns NULL when comparing a string with a non-string, and how if your code uses == (which sees NULL as 0) instead of === it will erroneously think the two are equal (via Colin Barrett).

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