format.case

Modifies the case of an input string to upper- or lowercase or capitalization. The default transformation will be uppercase as in mb_convert_case.

Possible modes are:

lower
Transforms the input string to its lowercase representation
upper
Transforms the input string to its uppercase representation
capital
Transforms the input string to its first letter upper-cased, i.e. capitalization
uncapital
Transforms the input string to its first letter lower-cased, i.e. uncapitalization
capitalWords
Not supported yet: Transforms the input string to each containing word being capitalized

Note that the behavior will be the same as in the appropriate PHP function mb_convert_case; especially regarding locale and multibyte behavior.

Examples

Default

<f:format.case>Some Text with miXed case</f:format.case>

Output:

SOME TEXT WITH MIXED CASE

Example with given mode

<f:format.case mode="capital">someString</f:format.case>

Output:

SomeString

Arguments

value

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
The input value. If not given, the evaluated child nodes will be used.

mode

DataType
string
Default
‘upper’
Required
false
Description
The case to apply, must be one of this’ CASE_* constants. Defaults to uppercase application.