translate_nooped_plural( array $nooped_plural, int $count, string $domain = 'default' )

Translates and retrieves the singular or plural form of a string that’s been registered with _n_noop() or _nx_noop().


Description Description

Used when you want to use a translatable plural string once the number is known.

Example:

$message = _n_noop( '%s post', '%s posts', 'text-domain' );
...
printf( translate_nooped_plural( $message, $count, 'text-domain' ), number_format_i18n( $count ) );

Parameters Parameters

$nooped_plural

(array) (Required) Array with singular, plural, and context keys, usually the result of _n_noop() or _nx_noop().

$count

(int) (Required) Number of objects.

$domain

(string) (Optional) Text domain. Unique identifier for retrieving translated strings. If $nooped_plural contains a text domain passed to _n_noop() or _nx_noop(), it will override this value.

Default value: 'default'


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Return Return

(string) Either $single or $plural translated text.


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Source Source

File: wp-includes/l10n.php

function translate_nooped_plural( $nooped_plural, $count, $domain = 'default' ) {
	if ( $nooped_plural['domain'] )
		$domain = $nooped_plural['domain'];

	if ( $nooped_plural['context'] )
		return _nx( $nooped_plural['singular'], $nooped_plural['plural'], $count, $nooped_plural['context'], $domain );
	else
		return _n( $nooped_plural['singular'], $nooped_plural['plural'], $count, $domain );
}

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Version Description
3.1.0 Introduced.


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