using gzdeflate on a string php

yes you can actually run compression on a string to save space and then uncompress it at the other end...

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$string = str_repeat('1234567890' . implode('', range('a', 'z')), 48800);

echo strlen($string); //1756800 bytes

$compressed = gzdeflate($string,  9);
$compressed = gzdeflate($compressed, 9);

echo strlen($compressed); //99 bytes

echo gzinflate(gzinflate($compressed));

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