Transliterator::create

transliterator_create

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Transliterator::create -- transliterator_createCreate a transliterator

설명

객체 기반 형식

public static Transliterator Transliterator::create ( string $id [, int $direction ] )

절차식 형식

Transliterator transliterator_create ( string $id [, int $direction ] )

Opens a Transliterator by id.

Warning

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인수

id

The id.

direction

The direction, defaults to >Transliterator::FORWARD. May also be set to Transliterator::REVERSE.

반환값

Returns a Transliterator object on success, or NULL on failure.

참고

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Baran Sakallolu
3 years ago
A good example of create for non latin languages is Turkish.

There both upper case I character and lowercase ı character which makes other strtolower kind of functions useless.

$text = "Iğdır";

echo Transliterator::create("tr-Lower")->transliterate($text);

will return the correct result ığdır, not iğdır .
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Jan Kucha
2 years ago
If you want to go deeper into what is going on, read the ICU projects docs: http://userguide.icu-project.org/transforms/general

This API call is basically just wrapper around ICU Transliteration.
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Harry..de
2 years ago
// Translit each and every char to ASCII

$string = 'Москва́';
$string = Transliterator::create('Any-Latin; Latin-ASCII')->transliterate($string);

print $string;

// the result is "Moskva"
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