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PHP: strcoll() function

Description

The strcoll() function is used to compare two strings. The comparison is case sensitive and uses the current locale for doing the comparison.

Version:

(PHP 4 and above)

Syntax:

strcoll(string1, string2)

Parameters:

Name Description Required /
Optional
Type
string1 The first string to compare. Required String
string2 The second string to compare. Required String

Return value:

<0 : if string1<string2.

>0 : if string1>string2.

=0 : if string1=string2.

Value Type: Integer.

Example:

<?php
$a = 'aa';
$b = 'AA';
echo strcmp ($a, $b).'<br>';
setlocale (LC_COLLATE, 'C');
echo "C: " . strcoll ($a, $b).'<br>';
setlocale (LC_COLLATE, 'de_DE');
echo 'de_DE: '.strcoll ($a, $b).'<br>';
setlocale (LC_COLLATE, 'de_CH');
echo 'de_CH: '.strcoll ($a, $b).'<br>';
setlocale (LC_COLLATE, 'en_US');
echo 'en_US: '.strcoll($a, $b).'<br>';
?>

Output:

1
C: 1
de_DE: -2
de_CH: -2
en_US: -2

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See also

PHP Function Reference

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