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Combining Modifiers

You can apply any number of modifiers to a variable. They will be applied in the order they are combined, from left to right. They must be separated with a | (pipe) character.

Example 53. combining modifiers



<?php

$smarty
->assign('articleTitle''Smokers are Productive, but Death Cuts Efficiency.');

?>

where template is:


{$articleTitle}
{$articleTitle|upper|spacify}
{$articleTitle|lower|spacify|truncate}
{$articleTitle|lower|truncate:30|spacify}
{$articleTitle|lower|spacify|truncate:30:". . ."}

  

The above example will output:


Smokers are Productive, but Death Cuts Efficiency.
S M O K E R S   A R ....snip....  H   C U T S   E F F I C I E N C Y .
s m o k e r s   a r ....snip....  b u t   d e a t h   c u t s...
s m o k e r s   a r e   p r o d u c t i v e ,   b u t . . .
s m o k e r s   a r e   p. . .

  

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