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Compare integer value
 ```    \$numvar1 = 5; \$numvar2 = 6; if (\$numvar1 == 5)   {     print "The first number is equal to 5 \n";   } if (\$numvar2 != 5)   {    print "The second number is not equal to 5! \n";   }                 ```
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