The modifier for the Smarty.Change the variable of numbers and dates.

There are many situations where you have to format variables on the template side.
I want to make image management in three digits, such as 001,002, or file name.
Do you want the score display to show max's number of digits?
I would like to introduce the variable modifiers that can be used on the Smarty template side.

string_format — Changing variable numbers

Suppose the contents of a variable called $num were 2.4362.

{$num}
{$num|string_format: "%.2f"}
{$num|string_format:"%03d"}
{$num|string_format:"%02d"}
{$num|string_format:"%d"}

Actual view

2.4362
2.43
002
02
2

I think that the usage which puts 0 on the head is considerably used.The rest is when you make it an integer.
This is useful, for example, when you want to calculate a number and make it an integer.
The %.2f or the back is a type specifier.
Reference ⇒http://php.net/sprintf

Type specifier

% - percent character.No arguments are required.
b - Treats the argument as an integer and represents it as a two-decimal line.
c - Treats the argument as an integer and represents it as a character of its ASCII value.
d - Treats the argument as an integer and represents it as a decimal number.
e - Treat arguments as scientific notation (e.g. 1.2e+2). Precision specifiers represent the number of decimal places in PHP 5.2.1 and later. Earlier versions meant the number of digits (one smaller value) of the significant number.
Same as E - %e, but use uppercase letters (for example, 1.2E+2).
f - Treats the argument as a double and represents it as a floating-point number.
F - Treats the argument as float and represents it as a floating-point number (locale-independent). Available in PHP 4.3.10 and PHP 5.0.3 and later.
g - %e and %f abbreviations.
G - %E and %f abbreviations.
o - Treats the argument as an integer and represents it as an 8-decimal number.
s - Treats the argument as a string and represents it.
u - Treats the argument as an integer and represents it as an unsigned 10-decimal number.
x - Treats the argument as an integer and represents it as a 16-decimal (in lowercase).
X - Treats the argument as an integer and represents it as a 16-decimal (in uppercase).

date_format — Shaping dates

Shape the date or time.smarty.now is a reserved variable that represents the current time.

{$smarty.now|date_format:"%H:%M:%S"}
{$smarty.now|date_format:"%H time%M minutes"}

These are displayed as follows.

09:45:30
09:45

The display format is specified in the "%H:%M:%S" part.
Reference ⇒http://www.smarty.net/docsv2/ja/language.modifier.date.format.tpl

date_format conversion specifier

%a - The name of the shortened day of the week based on the current locale
%A - The name of the full day of the week based on the current locale
%b - the name of the shortened month based on the current locale
%B - The name of the full month based on the current locale
%c - Appropriate date and time representation based on the current locale
%C - century (divided by 100 years, rounded to integers.00-99)
%d - 10 decimal dates (01-31)
Same as %D - %m/%d/%y
%e - A monthly date in 10 decimal sIf the date is single digits, precede it with a space.('1' to '31')
%g - the last two digits of the Year[00,99]
%G - Year[0000,9999]
Same as %h - %b.
%H - time at 10 decimals in 24-hour display (00-23)
%I - time at 10 decimals of 12-hour display (ranging from 01 to 12)
%j - 10 decimal dates per year (001-366)
%k - Put a space in the first digit of the time displayed in 24 hours (0 to 23)
%l - 12-hour display time to put a space in the first digit (range 1 to 12)
%m - Express month in decimal numbers (01-12)
%M - express edits in decimals
%n - Newline character
%p - 'am' or 'pm' at a specified time, or a string corresponding to the current locale
Time expressed in %r - a.m. and p.m. notation
%R - 24-hour time
%S - seconds expressed in decimal s
%t - Tab character
%T - current time.%H: %M: equal to %S.
%u - The range in the day of the week in 10-deci[1,7]mal notation.One is Monday.
%U - what is the second week in a year or expressed in decimals.Count the first Sunday of the year as the first day of the first week.
%V - ISO 8601:1988 is in the range of 01 to 53 in the week number of the current year. 1 is the first week and the week has a minimum of four days in the current year.The week starts on Monday.
%w - Represents the day of the week as a decimal number.Sunday is zero.
%W - expressed in 10 decimals what is the second week in the current year. Count the first Monday of the year as the first day of the first week.
%x - Represents a date other than time based on the current locale.
%X - Represents the time excluding the date based on the current locale.
%y - Represents the year as a decimal number except the part of the century.(Range from 00 to 99)
%Y - Representing the year including the century in decimal s
%Z - time zone or its name or abbreviation
%% - character literal '%'

There are a lot of variable modifiers, so I'll introduce only useful things.
Next time, I'll introduce cat or something.


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