$sanitizer->range() method

Sanitize value to be within the given min and max range

If float or decimal string specified for $min argument, return value will be a float, otherwise an integer is returned.

Available since version 3.0.125.


$n = 10;
$sanitizer->range($n, 100, 200); // returns 100
$sanitizer->range($n, 0, 1.0); // returns 1.0
$sanitizer->range($n, 1.1, 100.5); // returns 10.0


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

// usage with all arguments
$int = $sanitizer->range($value, $min = null, $max = null);


valueint, float, string
min (optional)int, float, string, null

Minimum allowed value or null for no minimum (default=null)

max (optional)int, float, string, null

Maximum allowed value or null for no maximum (default=null)

Return value

int float

$sanitizer methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.137

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