Selectors::isOperator() method

Returns true if given string is a recognized operator, or false if not

Available since version 3.0.108.

Usage

// basic usage
$bool = Selectors::isOperator(string $operator);

// usage with all arguments
$bool = Selectors::isOperator(string $operator, bool $returnOperator = false);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
operatorstring
returnOperator (optional)bool

Return the operator rather than bool? When true, corrects minor typos, like mixed up order, returning correct found operator string if possible, false otherwise. Added 3.0.162. (default=false)

Return value

bool string


Selectors methods and properties

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