Selectors::selectorHasField() method

Does given selector have given field (and optionally operator and/or value)?

Available since version 3.0.174.


// basic usage
$array = Selectors::selectorHasField($selectors, $fieldName);

// usage with all arguments
$array = Selectors::selectorHasField($selectors, $fieldName, array $options = []);


selectorsstring, array, Selectors

Selector string, array or Selectors object to look in

fieldNamestring, array

Field name string to match or array of them to match any one of them

options (optional)array
  • verbose (bool): Return associative array with verbose result? See return value. (default=false)
  • operator (string): Require this operator (default='' for any)
  • value (string|int): Require this value (default=null for any)
  • remove (bool): Remove matched Selector from Selectors returned in verbose result? (default=false)

Return value

array bool

True if has field, false if not, or array with the following, if 'verbose' option requested:

  • result (bool): Did it match (true or false)
  • selector (Selector|null): Selector object that matched (only if result is true)
  • selectors (Selectors|null): Selectors object that was analyzed or null if not needed
  • field (string): Field name that matched
  • operator (string): Operator that matched
  • value (string|null): Value that matched or null if not applicable

Selectors methods and properties

API reference based on ProcessWire core version 3.0.236

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