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ctype_space

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.4, PHP 5)

ctype_spaceControlla gli spazi

Descrizione

bool ctype_space ( string $testo )

Restituisce TRUE se ogni carattere di testo crea qualche tipo di spazio, FALSE in caso contrario. Oltre allo spazio questo include anche tab, tab verticale, line feed (avanza di una riga), carriage return (a capo) e form feed (avanza di un modulo).

Example #1 Esempio di uso di ctype_space()

<?php
$strings 
= array('string1' => "\n\r\t"'string2' => "\narf12"'string3' => '\n\r\t');
foreach (
$strings as $name => $testcase) {
    if (
ctype_space($testcase)) {
        echo 
"The string '$name' consists of all whitespace characters.\n";
    } else {
        echo 
"The string '$name' does not consist of all whitespace characters.\n";
    }
}
?>

Questo esempio visualizzerĂ  :

The string 'string1' consists of all whitespace characters.
The string 'string2' does not consist of all whitespace characters.
The string 'string3' does not consist of all whitespace characters.

Vedere anche ctype_cntrl(), ctype_graph() e ctype_punct().

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vlabots at gmail dot com
2 months ago
thanks to gardnerjohng, but a had some problems with non-breaking spaces in this function.

I added 2 more cases for this:
case 0xC2
case 0xA0

After this modification non-breaking spaces in my test code were successfully detected.
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gardnerjohng at hotmail dot com
4 years ago
A function I wrote last night was fairly flexible in terms of detecting whitespace, and even took into account the pesky non-breaking spaces / zero-width spaces further up the Unicode alphabet.

The benefit here was being able to isolate and identify specific Unicode indices based on their subrange.

<?php
   
//    Returns TRUE if the ASCII value of $string matches a registered whitespace character.
    //    *    This includes non-breaking spaces, zero-width spaces, and any unicode values below 32.
    //    *    $string: Character to identify. If string extends past one character, the value
    //        is truncated and only the initial character is examined.
   
function is_whitespace($string){
       
//    Return FALSE if passed an empty string.
       
if($string == "") return FALSE;
       
       
$char    =    ord($string);
       
       
//    Control Characters
       
if($char < 33)                        return TRUE;
        if(
$char > 8191 && $char < 8208)    return TRUE;
        if(
$char > 8231 && $char < 8240)    return TRUE;
       
       
//    Additional Characters
       
switch($char){
            case
160:    // Non-Breaking Space
           
case 8287:    // Medium Mathematical Space
               
return TRUE;
                break;
        }
        return
FALSE;
    }
?>
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