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 [1].

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 [1]; especially regarding locale and multibyte behavior.

Examples

Example:

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

SOME TEXT WITH MIXED CASE

Example with given mode:

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

SomeString

Arguments

value (string)

The input value. If not given, the evaluated child nodes will be used.

mode (string)

Default: &#039;upper&#039;

The case to apply, must be one of this&#039; CASE_* constants. Defaults to uppercase application.