SIMPLE Perl Regex

Sorry for the noob question, but I am new to Perl and cannot seem to wrap my head around my regex's evaluating to the opposite of what they seemingly should. I am trying to do a simple verification that user input is either a 0 or a 1.

Why is this evaluating to 'it matches'?
if('asdf' == /^[01]$/){
            $temp = 'it matches';
      } else {
            $temp = 'it doesnt match';
      }
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FishMongerCommented:
change ==
to: =~

== is the numerical equality test operator
=~ is the binding operator needed to bind the regex to the string for matching

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