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Using PHP's ternary operator with only two arguments

I was recently reviewing some of my code and noticed that in a fit of absent-mindedness, I'd left a structure like the following: $guid = empty($subscription->guid) ? : $subscription->guid; ...
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Is there any reason why most programming languages don't have '!>' (not greater than) and '!<' (not less than) operators?

I wonder if there is any reason - or if it is just an accident of history - that there are no !> and !< operators in most programming languages? a >= b (a greater OR equals b) could be ...
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Greater than or identical to?

While browsing my code in a weakly-typed language I was seeing that I've trained myself to use identity (===) where logical. Then I came across a greater (or less) than or equal to (>=), and it ...