‘0’ as a string with empty() in PHP

I want a 0 to be considered as an integer and a '0' to be considered as a string, but empty() considers the '0' as a string in the example below,

$var = '0';

// Evaluates to true because $var is empty
if (empty($var)) {
    echo '$var is empty';
}

How can I 'make' empty() to take '0's as strings?



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