Selectors::getSelectorByOperator() method

Given an operator, return Selector instance (or other requested Selector property)

When getting a Selector instance, be sure to populate its field and value properties after retrieving it.

Available since version 3.0.160.

Usage

// basic usage
$selector = Selectors::getSelectorByOperator(string $operator);

// usage with all arguments
$selector = Selectors::getSelectorByOperator(string $operator, string $property = 'instance');

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
operatorstring

Operator to get Selector instance for

property (optional)string

One of 'instance,', 'label', 'compareType', 'class', 'className' (default='instance')

Return value

Selector int string false

Returns false if operator or property not recognized


Selectors methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.172

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