IntlChar::isIDIgnorable() function in PHP

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The IntlChar::isIDIgnorable() function is used to determine whether the entered value is an ignorable character or not.

Syntax

bool IntlChar::isIDIgnorable(val)

Parameters

  • val − A character or integer value encoded as UTF-8 string.

Return

The IntlChar::isIDIgnorable()function returns TRUE if the val is an ignorable character.

Example

The following is an example −

<?php
   var_dump(IntlChar::isIDIgnorable("&"));
   echo "<br>";
   var_dump(IntlChar::isIDIgnorable("u{007F}"));
   echo "<br>";
   var_dump(IntlChar::isIDIgnorable("A"));
?>

Output

The following is the output −

bool(false)
bool(true)
bool(false)
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Published on 22-Feb-2019 06:23:47
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