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symfony/polyfill-ctype v1.28.0

Symfony polyfill for ctype functions
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does symfony/polyfill-ctype do?

Symfony/polyfill-ctype is a highly useful PHP package. Its primary function is to provide ctype_* functions to users who run PHP versions that lack the ctype extension. This package is particularly helpful when you're operating in an environment where the ctype extension isn't available, allowing you to seamlessly continue your development work without needing to modify your original PHP code.

How do you use symfony/polyfill-ctype?

To utilize symfony/polyfill-ctype, you first need to install it. The PHP package manager, composer, can be used for this task. Run the following command in your terminal:

composer require symfony/polyfill-ctype

After the package has been successfully installed, you can use it in your PHP files as per your need. Here's an example of how to use one of the functions in the package, ctype_alnum():

require __DIR__ . '/vendor/autoload.php';

$text = 'Symfony123';
$result = ctype_alnum($text);

var_dump($result);

This will output bool(true) if all the characters in $text are either letters or digits, or bool(false) otherwise.

Where are the symfony/polyfill-ctype docs?

Symfony/polyfill-ctype documentation can be found within the main Polyfill README on their GitHub repository. The README contains more information about how to use the package, along with more in-depth details regarding function capabilities and specifics. It's always a good idea to refer to the official docs for accurate and up-to-date information.