PHP allows us to compare two arrays using the == and the === operators. The following code sample together with the video clip that follows explain the way each one of these two operators work.

<?php
//$a = ['a'=>'avodado','b'=>'bamba','c'=>'calco'];
//$b = ['b'=>'bamba','a'=>'avodado','c'=>'calco'];
$a = [123,455,323];
$b = [323,123,455];
if($a==$b)
{
	echo "a and b equal";
}
else
{
	echo "a and b not equal";
}
?>

The following video clip explains how each one of the two operators (== and ===) work when comparing two arrays.

Comparing Arrays in PHP PRO

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