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rfc:add_str_begin_and_end_functions [2019/07/05 02:19]
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-====== PHP RFC: Add str begin and end functions ======+====== PHP RFC: Add str_starts_with(),​ str_ends_with() ​and related ​functions ======
   * Version: 0.4   * Version: 0.4
   * Date: 2016-08-01 (use today'​s date here) **Updated: 2019-06-18**   * Date: 2016-08-01 (use today'​s date here) **Updated: 2019-06-18**
   * Author: Will Hudgins, will@wkhudgins.info   * Author: Will Hudgins, will@wkhudgins.info
-  * Status: ​Voting +  * Status: ​Declined
-  * Voting: https://​wiki.php.net/​rfc/​add_str_begin_and_end_functions/​vote+
   * First Published at: https://​wiki.php.net/​rfc/​add_str_begin_and_end_functions   * First Published at: https://​wiki.php.net/​rfc/​add_str_begin_and_end_functions
  
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 ===== Proposal ===== ===== Proposal =====
-Add str_starts_with(),​ str_starts_with_ci(),​ str_ends_with(),​ str_ends_with_ci(),​ mb_str_starts_with(),​ mb_str_starts_with_ci(),​ mb_str_ends_with(),​ and mb_str_ends_with_ci() functions+Add str_starts_with(),​ str_starts_with_ci(),​ str_ends_with(),​ str_ends_with_ci(),​ mb_str_starts_with(),​ mb_str_starts_with_ci(),​ mb_str_ends_with(),​ and mb_str_ends_with_ci() functions:
  
-  boolean ​str_starts_with[(string $haystack, string $needle)] +<​PHP>​ 
-  ​boolean ​str_starts_with_ci[(string $haystack, string $needle)] +function ​str_starts_with(string $haystack, string $needle): bool 
-  ​boolean ​str_ends_with[(string $haystack, string $needle)] +function ​str_starts_with_ci(string $haystack, string $needle): bool 
-  ​boolean ​str_ends_with_ci[(string $haystack, string $needle)] +function ​str_ends_with(string $haystack, string $needle): bool 
-  ​boolean ​mb_str_starts_with[(string $haystack, string $needle [, string $encoding])] +function ​str_ends_with_ci(string $haystack, string $needle): bool 
-  ​boolean ​mb_str_starts_with_ci[(string $haystack, string $needle [, string $encoding])] +function ​mb_str_starts_with(string $haystack, string $needle [, string $encoding]): bool 
-  ​boolean ​mb_str_ends_with[(string $haystack, string $needle [, string $encoding])] +function ​mb_str_starts_with_ci(string $haystack, string $needle [, string $encoding]): bool 
-  ​boolean ​mb_str_ends_with_ci[(string $haystack, string $needle [, string $encoding])]+function ​mb_str_ends_with(string $haystack, string $needle [, string $encoding]): bool 
 +function ​mb_str_ends_with_ci(string $haystack, string $needle [, string $encoding]): bool 
 +</​PHP>​
   ​   ​
 str_starts_with() checks if $haystack begins with $needle. It accomplishes this by comparing each character in $haystack with the corresponding character in $needle. If any of the characters do not match, it will return false. str_ends_with() does the same thing except in reverse: it starts at the end of both $haystack and $needle and compares each character in $haystack to the corresponding character in $needle. str_starts_with() checks if $haystack begins with $needle. It accomplishes this by comparing each character in $haystack with the corresponding character in $needle. If any of the characters do not match, it will return false. str_ends_with() does the same thing except in reverse: it starts at the end of both $haystack and $needle and compares each character in $haystack to the corresponding character in $needle.
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 Examples below: Examples below:
-  ​$str = "​beginningMiddleEnd";​ + 
-  if (str_starts_with($str,​ "​beg"​)) +<​PHP>​ 
-      echo "This condition would be true";​ +$str = "​beginningMiddleEnd";​ 
-   ​if (str_starts_with($str,​ "​Beg"​)) +if (str_starts_with($str,​ "​beg"​)) 
-       ​echo "This condition would not be true";​ +    echo "This condition would be true";​ 
-   ​if (str_starts_with_ci($str,​ "​beg"​)) +if (str_starts_with($str,​ "​Beg"​)) 
-       ​echo "This condition would be true";​ +    echo "This condition would not be true";​ 
-   ​if (str_starts_with_ci($str,​ "​Beg"​)) +if (str_starts_with_ci($str,​ "​beg"​)) 
-       ​echo "This condition would also be true";​ +    echo "This condition would be true";​ 
-   ​if (str_ends_with($str,​ "​End"​)) +if (str_starts_with_ci($str,​ "​Beg"​)) 
-      echo "This condition would be true";​ +    echo "This condition would also be true";​ 
-   ​if (str_ends_with($str,​ "​end"​)) +if (str_ends_with($str,​ "​End"​)) 
-       ​echo "This condition would not be true";​ +    echo "This condition would be true";​ 
-   ​if (str_ends_with_ci($str,​ "​End"​)) +if (str_ends_with($str,​ "​end"​)) 
-       ​echo "This condition would be true";​ +    echo "This condition would not be true";​ 
-   ​if (str_ends_with_ci($str,​ "​end"​)) +if (str_ends_with_ci($str,​ "​End"​)) 
-       ​echo "This condition would also be true";+    echo "This condition would be true";​ 
 +if (str_ends_with_ci($str,​ "​end"​)) 
 +    echo "This condition would also be true"; 
 +</​PHP>​
  
 ===== Backward Incompatible Changes ===== ===== Backward Incompatible Changes =====
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 ===== Future Scope ===== ===== Future Scope =====
 +
 Once this feature is approved and added, it will not need any future improvements. Once this feature is approved and added, it will not need any future improvements.
  
-===== Proposed Voting Choices ​===== +===== Vote ===== 
-This project requires a 2/3 majority to be approved.+ 
 +Voting closes 2019-07-20. 
 + 
 +<doodle  
 +title="​Do you want str_starts_with,​ str_starts_with_ci,​ str_ends_with,​ and str_ends_with_ci functions in PHP 7.4?" auth="​user"​ voteType="​single"​ closed="​yes">​ 
 +   * yes 
 +   * no 
 +</doodle>​ 
 + 
 +---- 
 + 
 +<doodle  
 +title="​Do you want mb_str_starts_with,​ mb_str_starts_with_ci,​ mb_str_ends_with,​ and mb_str_ends_with_ci functions in PHP 7.4?" auth="​user"​ voteType="​single"​ closed="​yes">​ 
 +   * yes 
 +   * no 
 +</​doodle>​
  
 ===== Patches and Tests ===== ===== Patches and Tests =====
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