str()

Functions prefixed with str_ perform tasks that are useful when dealing with strings. The helper maps directly to the Str PHP class and its methods. For example:

{{ str_camel() }}

is the PHP equivalent of the following:

<?= Str::camel() ?>

Note: Methods in camelCase should be converted to snake_case.

str_limit()

Limit the number of characters in a string.

{{ str_limit('The quick brown fox...', 100) }}

To add a suffix when limit is applied, pass it as the third argument. Defaults to ....

{{ str_limit('The quick brown fox...', 100, '... Read more!') }}

str_words()

Limit the number of words in a string.

{{ str_words('The quick brown fox...', 100) }}

To add a suffix when limit is applied, pass it as the third argument. Defaults to ....

{{ str_words('The quick brown fox...', 100, '... Read more!') }}

str_camel()

Convert a value to camelCase.

// Outputs: helloWorld
{{ str_camel('hello world') }}

str_studly()

Convert a value to StudlyCase.

// Outputs: HelloWorld
{{ str_studly('hello world') }}

str_snake()

Convert a value to snake_case.

// Outputs: hello_world
{{ str_snake('hello world') }}

The second argument can supply a delimiter.

// Outputs: hello---world
{{ str_snake('hello world', '---') }}

str_plural()

Get the plural form of an English word.

// Outputs: chickens
{{ str_plural('chicken') }}
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