# Expressions: Comparison Operations #

## Equal To #

Equal to can be used to compare two expressions using the `==` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar == \$baz;
``````

## Not Equal To #

Not equal to can be used to compare two expressions using the `!=` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar != \$baz;
``````

## Identical To #

Identical to can be used to compare two expressions using the `===` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar === \$baz;
``````

## Not Identical To #

Not identical to can be used to compare two expressions using the `!==` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar !== \$baz;
``````

## Greater Than #

Greater than can be used to compare two expressions using the `>` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar > \$baz;
``````

## Greater Than Or Equal To #

Greater than or equal to can be used to compare two expressions using the `>=` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar >= \$baz;
``````

## Less Than #

Less than can be used to compare two expressions using the `<` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar < \$baz;
``````

## Less Than Or Equal To #

Less than or equal to can be used to compare two expressions using the `<=` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar <= \$baz;
``````

## Spaceship #

Spaceship can be used to compare two expressions using the `<=>` operator, followed by the expression to compare to the right.

``````\$foo = \$bar <=> \$baz;
``````