[ic] Re: Is "==" faster than "eq" ?
emailgrant at gmail.com
Sat Mar 19 12:48:34 EST 2005
> >I've been using eq everywhere but I'm getting the feeling that == is
> >faster comparing numbers. Is that true?
> I don't know about faster, but it is the more correct operator to use, as
> the string comparison operator will not always yield correct results for
> numbers, i.e.:
> '1' eq '1.0' # numerically true, but will return false
> 1 == 1.0 # numerically true, and will return true
Thanks Ed, I guess it just depends on the type of comparison you want to make.
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