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How can I compare two strings against each other for alphanumeric sorting?
if ('abc' < 'xyz') echo 'The first item should rank higher than the second item when sorted alphanumericly';

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$str1 = 'abc';
$str2 = 'xyz';

if (strcmp(strtolower($str1),strtolower($str2)) < 0) {
    echo 'The first item should be rank higher than the second item when sorted alphanumericaly.';
}
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