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Since4.3.0
Deprecatedn/a
wptexturize_primes ( $haystack, $needle, $prime, $open_quote, $close_quote )
Parameters: (5)
  • (string) $haystack The plain text to be searched.
    Required: Yes
  • (string) $needle The character to search for such as ' or ".
    Required: Yes
  • (string) $prime The prime char to use for replacement.
    Required: Yes
  • (string) $open_quote The opening quote char. Opening quote replacement must be accomplished already.
    Required: Yes
  • (string) $close_quote The closing quote char to use for replacement.
    Required: Yes
Returns:
  • (string) The $haystack value after primes and quotes replacements.
Defined at:
Codex:

Implements a logic tree to determine whether or not "7'." represents seven feet, then converts the special char into either a prime char or a closing quote char.



Source

function wptexturize_primes( $haystack, $needle, $prime, $open_quote, $close_quote ) {
	$spaces           = wp_spaces_regexp();
	$flag             = '<!--wp-prime-or-quote-->';
	$quote_pattern    = "/$needle(?=\\Z|[.,:;!?)}\\-\\]]|&gt;|" . $spaces . ')/';
	$prime_pattern    = "/(?<=\\d)$needle/";
	$flag_after_digit = "/(?<=\\d)$flag/";
	$flag_no_digit    = "/(?<!\\d)$flag/";

	$sentences = explode( $open_quote, $haystack );

	foreach ( $sentences as $key => &$sentence ) {
		if ( false === strpos( $sentence, $needle ) ) {
			continue;
		} elseif ( 0 !== $key && 0 === substr_count( $sentence, $close_quote ) ) {
			$sentence = preg_replace( $quote_pattern, $flag, $sentence, -1, $count );
			if ( $count > 1 ) {
				// This sentence appears to have multiple closing quotes.  Attempt Vulcan logic.
				$sentence = preg_replace( $flag_no_digit, $close_quote, $sentence, -1, $count2 );
				if ( 0 === $count2 ) {
					// Try looking for a quote followed by a period.
					$count2 = substr_count( $sentence, "$flag." );
					if ( $count2 > 0 ) {
						// Assume the rightmost quote-period match is the end of quotation.
						$pos = strrpos( $sentence, "$flag." );
					} else {
						// When all else fails, make the rightmost candidate a closing quote.
						// This is most likely to be problematic in the context of bug #18549.
						$pos = strrpos( $sentence, $flag );
					}
					$sentence = substr_replace( $sentence, $close_quote, $pos, strlen( $flag ) );
				}
				// Use conventional replacement on any remaining primes and quotes.
				$sentence = preg_replace( $prime_pattern, $prime, $sentence );
				$sentence = preg_replace( $flag_after_digit, $prime, $sentence );
				$sentence = str_replace( $flag, $close_quote, $sentence );
			} elseif ( 1 == $count ) {
				// Found only one closing quote candidate, so give it priority over primes.
				$sentence = str_replace( $flag, $close_quote, $sentence );
				$sentence = preg_replace( $prime_pattern, $prime, $sentence );
			} else {
				// No closing quotes found.  Just run primes pattern.
				$sentence = preg_replace( $prime_pattern, $prime, $sentence );
			}
		} else {
			$sentence = preg_replace( $prime_pattern, $prime, $sentence );
			$sentence = preg_replace( $quote_pattern, $close_quote, $sentence );
		}
		if ( '"' == $needle && false !== strpos( $sentence, '"' ) ) {
			$sentence = str_replace( '"', $close_quote, $sentence );
		}
	}

	return implode( $open_quote, $sentences );
}