Zend\Filter

Word Filters

In addition to the standard set of filters, there are several classes specific to filtering word strings.

CamelCaseToDash

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘CamelCaseWords’ are converted to ‘camel-case-words’.

Supported Options

There are no additional options for Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToDash:

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToDash();

print $filter->filter('ThisIsMyContent');

The above example returns ‘this-is-my-content’.

CamelCaseToSeparator

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘CamelCaseWords’ are converted to ‘camel case words’.

Supported Options

The following options are supported for Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToSeparator:

  • separator: A separator char. If this is not set the separator will be a space character.

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToSeparator(':');
// or new Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToSeparator(array('separator' => ':'));

print $filter->filter('ThisIsMyContent');

The above example returns ‘this:is:my:content’.

Default Behavior

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToSeparator();

print $filter->filter('ThisIsMyContent');

The above example returns ‘this is my content’.

CamelCaseToUnderscore

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘CamelCaseWords’ are converted to ‘camel_case_words’.

Supported Options

There are no additional options for Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToUnderscore:

Basic usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToUnderscore();

print $filter->filter('ThisIsMyContent');

The above example returns ‘this_is_my_content’.

DashToCamelCase

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words-with-dashes’ are converted to ‘WordsWithDashes’.

Supported Options

There are no additional options for Zend\Filter\Word\DashToCamelCase:

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\DashToCamelCase();

print $filter->filter('this-is-my-content');

The above example returns ‘ThisIsMyContent’.

DashToSeparator

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words-with-dashes’ are converted to ‘words with dashes’.

Supported Options

The following options are supported for Zend\Filter\Word\DashToSeparator:

  • separator: A separator char. If this is not set the separator will be a space character.

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\DashToSeparator('+');
// or new Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToSeparator(array('separator' => '+'));

print $filter->filter('this-is-my-content');

The above example returns ‘this+is+my+content’.

Default Behavior

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\DashToSeparator();

print $filter->filter('this-is-my-content');

The above example returns ‘this is my content’.

DashToUnderscore

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words-with-dashes’ are converted to ‘words_with_dashes’.

Supported Options

There are no additional options for Zend\Filter\Word\DashToUnderscore:

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\DashToUnderscore();

print $filter->filter('this-is-my-content');

The above example returns ‘this_is_my_content’.

SeparatorToCamelCase

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words with separators’ are converted to ‘WordsWithSeparators’.

Supported Options

The following options are supported for Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToCamelCase:

  • separator: A separator char. If this is not set the separator will be a space character.

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToCamelCase(':');
// or new Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToCamelCase(array('separator' => ':'));

print $filter->filter('this:is:my:content');

The above example returns ‘ThisIsMyContent’.

Default Behavior

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToCamelCase();

print $filter->filter('this is my content');

The above example returns ‘ThisIsMyContent’.

SeparatorToDash

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words with separators’ are converted to ‘words-with-separators’.

Supported Options

The following options are supported for Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToDash:

  • separator: A separator char. If this is not set the separator will be a space character.

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToDash(':');
// or new Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToDash(array('separator' => ':'));

print $filter->filter('this:is:my:content');

The above example returns ‘this-is-my-content’.

Default Behavior

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToDash();

print $filter->filter('this is my content');

The above example returns ‘this-is-my-content’.

SeparatorToSeparator

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words with separators’ are converted to ‘words-with-separators’.

Supported Options

The following options are supported for Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToSeparator:

  • searchSeparator: The search separator char. If this is not set the separator will be a space character.
  • replaceSeparator: The replace separator char. If this is not set the separator will be a dash.

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToSeparator(':', '+');

print $filter->filter('this:is:my:content');

The above example returns ‘this+is+my+content’.

Default Behaviour

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\SeparatorToSeparator();

print $filter->filter('this is my content');

The above example returns ‘this-is-my-content’.

UnderscoreToCamelCase

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words_with_underscores’ are converted to ‘WordsWithUnderscores’.

Supported Options

There are no additional options for Zend\Filter\Word\UnderscoreToCamelCase:

Basic Usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\UnderscoreToCamelCase();

print $filter->filter('this_is_my_content');

The above example returns ‘ThisIsMyContent’.

UnderscoreToSeparator

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words_with_underscores’ are converted to ‘words with underscores’.

Supported Options

The following options are supported for Zend\Filter\Word\UnderscoreToSeparator:

  • separator: A separator char. If this is not set the separator will be a space character.

Basic usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\UnderscoreToSeparator('+');
// or new Zend\Filter\Word\CamelCaseToSeparator(array('separator' => '+'));

print $filter->filter('this_is_my_content');

The above example returns ‘this+is+my+content’.

Default Behavior

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\UnderscoreToSeparator();

print $filter->filter('this_is_my_content');

The above example returns ‘this is my content’.

UnderscoreToDash

This filter modifies a given string such that ‘words_with_underscores’ are converted to ‘words-with-underscores’.

Supported Options

There are no additional options for Zend\Filter\Word\UnderscoreToDash:

Basic usage

A basic example of usage is below:

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$filter = new Zend\Filter\Word\UnderscoreToDash();

print $filter->filter('this_is_my_content');

The above example returns ‘this-is-my-content’.

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