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IF statement php

Posted on 2015-02-07
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Can someone please tell me how to rewrite this statement so that it represents a value:

<?php if (!empty($row_artGallery[artgal_fsize])

example:
<?php if ($row_artGallery[artgal_fsize]) = "cm"
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Comparison in PHP is the double equals, and the whole IF statement should be wrapped in parenthesis

<?php if ($row_artGallery['artgal_fsize'] == "cm") {
...
}

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<?php if ($row_artGallery[artgal_fsize] .src=="/images/flower.jpg") echo "found!";
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by:doctorbill
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perfect - thanks
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