PHP: vprintf() function
The vprintf() function is used to display array values as a formatted string.
Note. The function works as a printf() function but accepts an array as arguments.
(PHP 4 and above)
vprintf (format, array_args)
|format||Each conversion specification starts with a single percent sign (%) and ends with the following conversion characters.
% - returns a percent sign.
b - the argument is treated as an integer and display it as a binary number.
c - the argument is treated as an integer and display it as a an ASCII value.
d - the argument is treated as an integer and display as a signed decimal number.
e - the argument is treated as scientific notation (e.g. 1.2e+2).
E - the argument treated as scientific notation (e.g.1.2E+2).
u - the argument is treated as an integer, and display as an unsigned decimal number.
f- the argument is treated as a float, and display as a floating-point number. (local aware)
F - the argument is treated as a float, and display as a floating-point number (non-locale aware).
g - shorter of %e and %f.
G - shorter of %E and %f.
o- the argument is treated as an integer, and display as an octal number.
s - the argument is treated as string and display as a string.
x - the argument is treated as an integer and display as a hexadecimal number (with lowercase letters).
X - the argument is treated as an integer and display as a hexadecimal number (with uppercase letters).
Optional specification :
Sign specifier : display a sign (+ or -) in front a number. By default, a - sign is used in front of a number if it is negative.
Padding character :
Default character is space. An alternate padding character can be specified by prefixing it with a single quote.
Alignment specifier. : - character makes the alignment left-justified. The default is right justified.
Width specifier : An integer number specifies the width of the field.
Precision specifier : The argument specifies how many decimal number should be displayed for floating numbers. When using this specifier on a string, it acts as a cutoff point, setting a maximum character limit to the string.
|array_args||An array with an argument to be added as the first %-sign in the formatted string.||Required||Array|
Returns the length of the outputted string.
Value Type: Integer.
<?php $string1 = 'My Roll No. is :'; $roll_no = 22; vprintf('%s %u', array($string1, $roll_no)); ?>
My Roll No. is : 22
PHP: Tips of the Day
<script> var myvar = <?php echo json_encode($myVarValue); ?>; </script>
Using json_encode() requires:
- PHP 5.2.0 or greater
- $myVarValue encoded as UTF-8 (or US-ASCII, of course)
Since UTF-8 supports full Unicode, it should be safe to convert on the fly.
Note that because json_encode escapes forward slashes, even a string that contains </script> will be escaped safely for printing with a script block.
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