format.printf

A view helper for formatting values with printf. Either supply an array for the arguments or a single value. See http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.sprintf.php

= Examples =

<code title=”Scientific notation”> <f:format.printf arguments=”{number: 362525200}”>%.3e</f:format.printf> </code> <output> 3.625e+8 </output>

<code title=”Argument swapping”> <f:format.printf arguments=”{0: 3, 1: ‘Kasper’}”>%2$s is great, TYPO%1$d too. Yes, TYPO%1$d is great and so is %2$s!</f:format.printf> </code> <output> Kasper is great, TYPO3 too. Yes, TYPO3 is great and so is Kasper! </output>

<code title=”Single argument”> <f:format.printf arguments=”{1: ‘TYPO3’}”>We love %s</f:format.printf> </code> <output> We love TYPO3 </output>

<code title=”Inline notation”> {someText -> f:format.printf(arguments: {1: ‘TYPO3’})} </code> <output> We love TYPO3 </output>

Arguments

value

DataType
string
Required
false
Description
String to format

arguments

DataType
mixed
Default
array ()
Required
false
Description
The arguments for vsprintf