$sanitizer->intUnsigned() method

Sanitize to unsigned (0 or positive) integer

This is an alias to the int() method with default min/max arguments.

Usage

// basic usage
$int = $sanitizer->intUnsigned(mixed $value);

// usage with all arguments
$int = $sanitizer->intUnsigned(mixed $value, array $options = []);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
valuemixed
options (optional)array

Optionally specify any one or more of the following to modify behavior:

  • min (int|null): Minimum allowed value (default=0)
  • max (int|null): Maximum allowed value (default=PHP_INT_MAX)
  • blankValue (mixed): Value that you want to use when provided value is null or blank string (default=0)

Return value

int

Returns integer, or specified blankValue (which doesn't necessarily have to be an integer)


$sanitizer methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.137

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