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Locale::getDisplayLanguage

locale_get_display_language

(PHP 5 >= 5.3.0, PECL intl >= 1.0.0)

Locale::getDisplayLanguage -- locale_get_display_languageReturns an appropriately localized display name for language of the inputlocale

Descrição

Estilo orientado à objeto

public static string Locale::getDisplayLanguage ( string $locale [, string $in_locale ] )

Estilo procedural

string locale_get_display_language ( string $locale [, string $in_locale ] )

Returns an appropriately localized display name for language of the input locale. If is NULL then the default locale is used.

Parâmetros

locale

The locale to return a display language for

in_locale

Optional format locale to use to display the language name

Valor Retornado

display name of the language for the $locale in the format appropriate for $in_locale.

Exemplos

Exemplo #1 locale_get_display_language() example

<?php
echo locale_get_display_language('sl-Latn-IT-nedis''en');
echo 
";\n";
echo 
locale_get_display_language('sl-Latn-IT-nedis''fr');
echo 
";\n";
echo 
locale_get_display_language('sl-Latn-IT-nedis''de');
?>

Exemplo #2 OO example

<?php
echo Locale::getDisplayLanguage('sl-Latn-IT-nedis''en');
echo 
";\n";
echo 
Locale::getDisplayLanguage('sl-Latn-IT-nedis''fr');
echo 
";\n";
echo 
Locale::getDisplayLanguage('sl-Latn-IT-nedis''de');
?>

O exemplo acima irá imprimir:

Slovenian;
slov\xc3\xa8ne;
Slowenisch

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heitor dot siller at gmail dot com
3 years ago
To display special characters correctly in a web browser, it's a good idea to decode the result data with utf8_decode:

<?php

echo utf8_decode(Locale::getDisplayLanguage('sl-Latn-IT-nedis', 'fr'));

echo
utf8_decode(Locale::getDisplayLanguage('sl-Latn-IT-nedis', 'pt-BR'));

?>
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